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Sharon Curtis

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    I participate in several affiliate programmes. This means I receive a small commission if you purchase by clicking on links from my blog - at NO cost to you. I buy most of my own supplies, but where I have been given free product to work with this will be indicated with an asterisk next to the product name on the product links. I do not do paid reviews or sponsored blog posts. I work as a freelance designer for Sizzix, so for the most part, any Sizzix products will have been sent to me to create samples. You will not see any crafting supplies on my blog that I wouldn't recommend or don't genuinely love myself.

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20 April 2015


Handmade by Natty

Great tips Sharon! I really need to remain strong until later in the year when my crafting funds aren't as depleted to look into getting the Misti tool... I haven't had huge issues lining up the fiddlier flowers in these Wplus9 sets, but could do with something that will be more accurate with the Altenew sets. :) Oh, and what I wouldn't give for some more PTI dye inks 0 just a shame about the postage!


What a wonderful tutorial! I was wondering if the MISTI could work with small multi-step die cuts like Fresh Cut Florals, which I dearly love. Now I know! Thank you for the explanation! Genius!

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