Happy New Year! Happy 2020 Sale!!

Happy New Year!

I’m ushering in the roaring 20’s with a 20% off sale on ALL tutorials in my MiniBooksRMe shop now thru Sunday, January 5th!

No special coupon needed, no minimum purchase required.

NOTE: I am working on the Stamperia Make a Wish 6×8 File Folder Mini and hope to have the tutorial listed in the shop by Sunday, so it WILL be part of this sale! I’ll post the link when it goes live. 🙂

Let’s get crafty this new year!

Happy shopping & Happy Crafting!

2 thoughts on “Happy New Year! Happy 2020 Sale!!

  1. Hi Donna,

    First I wanted to say thank you so very much for your beautiful, well done and fun creations. I have made a few of your books and have many more patterns I’ve purchased to work on. They’ve been a blast.

    I just finished my only kit, the Pocket Folios 2 and 6×6 mini album. My first ever book kit. Holy cow was it fun to just sit and put this together! It all went great except I think there might be one error on a mat. On page 19, the 5 3/8 x 7” pocket. I think it should have been 6 3/8” to allow for the 1/2” tabs on each side. I made the one by the directions but ended up using it as an extra on another page as it was short. I used other cardstock to make one the size in the pictures.

    I can’t imagine how you cut all that and keep everything straight. I used to teach jewelry making, and sell kits. I know how much work it all is. You do an amazing job. I’m curious what you use to cut all your paper and keep things so clean and straight. I’m looking into a new cutter and would love to know how you do so very well.

    Thanks again for all your work. Can’t wait to see the one coming out this weekend!!

    Kindly, Pam



    • Hi Pam!

      I’m so glad you are enjoying the projects and the kit! My sincere apologies on the mat size goof – you are right! My mistake and I’m so sorry! I am glad you were able to find a work around.

      As for the cutter, I have cut every kit I’ve ever taught or shipped (thousands at this point) using Tonic’s guillotine cutter. It has a self-sharpening blade, so it’s a real work horse. I use the 6 x 12.25″ version with the 6″ attachable arm, as I find that gives me more stability and it’s more transportable when needed. The only reason I’ve ever replaced mine is from inadvertent damage. (Aka: don’t set the thing on the floor next to your chair, then stand up and step on it, snapping the arm off. Just saying. 🙂

      I know a guillotine cutter isn’t for everyone, but for cutting bulk, it’s been the best thing I’ve ever used.

      Hope this helps! Happy new year and happy crafting!
      ~ Donna


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