Heavy is better... that makes sense! But I see people using paper clips and map pins... those never left an imprint for me. I probably won't be doing muchnancie.voegele
Christine, Your New Zealand pictures card arrived yesterday. Thank you. I smiled because I have friends that were just vacationing in New Zealand andjeanettesillonis
Nancie, I am far from being an expert but I do know that the heavier the object, in my case the gears, that you put on the fabric the better the silhouettesjeanettesillonis
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