... Mar 2013
Haha, cheers Sash! I was exactly the same but the impression mat made it fuss free and really worked well as a guide for the deeper impressions. The tool just glided along the mark! The only thing is to leave the markings as they fall right at the very back and maybe cover up with a pretty stripe or band… or something. I tried to compensate for them not joining up perfectly which meant I shortened some of length between the markings surrounding it… which in turn meant that toward the back my cashous/silver dragee thingees went sloping down in an arc before coming back up due to the criss crossing happening at a different level. Yeah, that looked weird so don’t do that. Whoa. Did any of that make ANY sense?? Hahahaha. Ok, so that’s the end of my free advice. Any more will be charged accordingly. Or alternatively direct any SOS’ing straight to Raewyn… Because we all know she has TONNES of free time. I bet she’s twiddling her thumbs and lolly gagging about as we type. Or totally sleeping. Because she does SOOO much of that. Omg, we haven’t had a stirring up sesh in such a long time – like how I just get right back on the horse?? Mwhahaha. Big <3 S – Kate x
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