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Thursday Product Review: I-top

Hey kids!  It's Cindy for the Scrapbook Blessings Club today.  I'm going to be reviewing the I-top tool. 

TiP:  The I-top tool is a great way to use up scraps of paper and fabric.

Supplies:
I-top tool
I-top 16mm brad daddies
scraps of paper

I watched this video to figure out how this thing works :-)

Generally this is a really cool little tool to have because you can make brads to match any project.   At times it was a bit tricky and I felt like I needed 3 hands but I'm sure with more practice it'll be easy peasy :-)
2 brads that I made.

Add'l supplies:
Plantin Schoolbook Cricut cart - tag@4", letters @ 1", hearts @ 1/2", 1/4"
Cuttlebug folder - Hugs & Kisses
corner rounder
Maya Road ric rack trim
Sew Easy floss in limeade
My Mind's Eye - Happy Day twine

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I hope you have a blessed day!

Cindy---In Love with PAPER

Comments

  1. I love this tool Cindy but never tried it. Would be cool to have matching brads.

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  2. That's a neat tool. I haven't seen that before. Thanks for the great review.

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  3. neat tool Just wondering on the cost and supply of those special brads...

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