Category Archives: stickles

July Guest Designer, Stephanie Wright

Welcome to the CropStop Blog, everyone!  For the month of July, we have special Guest Designer, Stephanie Wright.  Stephanie has been playing along in the CropStop challenges for some time now, and she is a sweet and talented artist.  She … Continue reading

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Sunflower Thank You

How do you feel about dry embossing?  Do you hate it or love it?  I love it.  The variety of embossing folders available to you is amazing.  Check out the CropStop store for all that is available. Hi everyone, Steph … Continue reading

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Tim Holtz’ Distress Inks and Stickles – Review

Product Review – Tim Holtz Distress Inks and Distress SticklesBy Gloria Stengel Tim Holtz Distress Inks have been around for a long time, but have gained popularity again in the past few years. A large portion of the new “buzz” about these inks … Continue reading

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It’s Touchy-Feely Friday at 365 cards

The challenge is to incorporate 3 different methods of adding texture to a card. Using products like Stickles or Liquid Pearls will be perfect, since those definitely add texture/dimension. People have until midnight on Saturday the 28th to complete the … Continue reading

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CropStop’s Class Schedule

The school is in session ladies!  Go check out what you have been missing. Jan.5th – Magnetic calendar Jan.12th – Adding texture to your pages Jan. 19th – Stuck on stickles Jan. 26th – Mini class, Post It Notes/Q&A Session … Continue reading

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