Personal Shopper (aka ISO thread)

Discussion in 'Scrapping Pad' started by Dalis, Feb 26, 2017.

  1. littlekiwi

    littlekiwi I prefer bridges made of concrete

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    Now I could be blind (and probably am at the moment) but are there any good kits etc for glasses, eye tests and the like
     
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  2. Dalis

    Dalis Jose Cuervo is NOT a good friend

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    There used to be one vintage looking one, I can't remember if it was Paula, Lynne-Marie, Valeria or maybe even ForeverJoy but I don't see it in the store. Maybe it retired.



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    CU Pieces #9

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    Eyesight

    by Kristin Aagard

     
  3. burnbright

    burnbright Active Member

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    I'm looking for emerald green paper. It could be solid or have a pattern. A forest green might work too. I want my favourite colour to go with my favourite things notebook.
     
  4. Dalis

    Dalis Jose Cuervo is NOT a good friend

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    I know this is a holiday package but look in the corner there is a little swatch with all the solids. The green one is the same green from the stripe and the tree pattern papers.

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  5. Dalis

    Dalis Jose Cuervo is NOT a good friend

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  6. umyesh

    umyesh Swooning for warm bread & butter

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    You can't see the green very well from this preview but in the shop there's a page with it. There's a solid and the white and green patterned. You could also check the other paper packs in this same BYOC if it's the color you're looking for.
    https://the-lilypad.com/store/Ameline-Papers.html
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  7. umyesh

    umyesh Swooning for warm bread & butter

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  8. Tree City

    Tree City Get a stepladder, I'm busy

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    I was also going to recommend Eyesight. There's also Under the Weather, which has some eye stuff (plus, you know, general health stuff lol, which may work for other pages?)
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  9. burnbright

    burnbright Active Member

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    This one isn't really about eye tests but maybe it is more versatile.
     
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  10. burnbright

    burnbright Active Member

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    I actually have that kit. I didn't look closely at it because it is Christmas.
    Thanks for the suggestion. The patterns are very intricate. I will look at the March 2014 and 2017 BYOC.
    I looked at all the Saint Patrick's day stuff but it was too shamrock or grass green for me. I didn't even think of the BYOCs
     
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  11. Dalis

    Dalis Jose Cuervo is NOT a good friend

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    Monica, I was going up the list of BYOC's. I wish there was an easier way to look through the BYOC colorwise. I was looking for EXACTLY this one and I thought it was either Winter or Fall. LOL!!! Thanks for finding it.
     
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  12. Dalis

    Dalis Jose Cuervo is NOT a good friend

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    There you go, I love the green in this kit it's not your "usual" Christmas green. LOL!!!
     
  13. mary kate

    mary kate Active Member

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    I’m looking for something very basic: plain, straight stitching in white (other colours would also be nice, but I’m especially looking for white). Nothing fancy, or decorative, or messy, or scribbly, or shaped; just plain, straight stitching that I can use over and over again as a reliable basic. I’ve looked through the “Stitching” sub-category in the Element Packs category at the TLP shop, and I just don’t see what I’m looking for (though I do see a lot of really cool stitching!).

    If there is a kit or an element pack that has plain, straight stitching in white, I will buy that kit or pack just for the stitching. Suggestions greatly appreciated. Thanks!
     
  14. BevG

    BevG If I can't remember it, it didn't happen

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    @mary kate - This might be a bit too broken, but have you looked at these?
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  15. BevG

    BevG If I can't remember it, it didn't happen

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    Might be hard to see, but there is a large straight plain white stitch in this kit that is a square. You could cut it up. Look towards the outside edges of the preview to see it.

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  16. BevG

    BevG If I can't remember it, it didn't happen

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    One of the Together parts (I threw mine all together) has a blanket stitch frame in white by Kim Jensen.
     
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  17. Tree City

    Tree City Get a stepladder, I'm busy

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    @mary kate the preview only shows black stitches, but the pack also has white stitching.
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    I've used this pack a few times. It was easy to turn the border into a straight line of stitches.
     
  18. BevG

    BevG If I can't remember it, it didn't happen

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    The stitching in this set is separate from the papers in the png version.
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  19. BevG

    BevG If I can't remember it, it didn't happen

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    This one has cross stitches (i.e. xxx) in white and other colors.
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  20. mary kate

    mary kate Active Member

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    That is exactly the kind of plain white stitching I am looking for. Thanks!!

    I also love those stitch lengths by Lynn Grieveson (how did I miss those?!).
     
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