Thursday, April 1, 2010

Popcorn Box - Updated files and supply option

First, thank you all for your wonderful comments about my Tuesday Treats Popcorn Box.  I have to say that it's one of my favorites, too, even with all the "drama" surrounding its production.  (See yesterday's post if you don't know what I'm talking about.)

I wanted to update you on two things about the popcorn box.  As I explained in my post yesterday, I have reposted the files so that there are actually 4 versions - 1) Gypsy using Plantin and TBBM, 2) Gypsy using George and TBBM, 3) Design Studio using Plantin and TBBM, and 4) Design Studio using George and TBBM.    I redid them after realizing that many of you probably had either Plantin or George, but not both.  If you downloaded the first version, you might want to go back and download it again.  If you have the most recent version, it will say "UPDATED" in the zip file name.  Once you unzip it, you will see that there is a version for George and one for Plantin.  You simply use the one for whatever cartridge you have, and you can delete the other.  I hope now that many more of you will be able to use the file now!

Second, last night I was looking at the service that tracks the hits on my blog.  It tells me where people come from to get to my blog - like a link from another blog - and I often find ones from google.  I love those because I can see specifically what people have searched for to find me.  Anyway, this one had searched for "popcorn card," and there was another entry that I clicked on where the lady had done an adorable little card from a retired Stampin' Up! stamp (that I have never seen and REALLY want now!).  She was using Liquid Applique instead of the Tulip Puffy Paint.  It basically worked exactly the same and gave the same effect, so if you have some LA in your stash, you don't have to run out for Puffy Paint - unless you NEED an excuse to go shopping!!   I'm always willng to be your enabler, and I won't tell your hubby...wink, wink.

Have a wonderful Easter weekend.  Cricut Kisses and Crafty Wishes!


Sentimentalscrapper said...

Your popcorn box is soooo cute! Love the popcorn and will have to give it a try.

Short Scrapper said...

Precious box! I'm always looking for new ways to create 3-D stuff. TFS

cowbelleru said...

Great box. Thanks for updating the file.

Wife2TJ said...

This is so neat!!! Great job! TFS! :-)

Claudia said...

You are so kind to go to the trouble to see that each of us might be able to make the popcorn card. TFS, I really MEAN IT!

Mary Plaizier said...

Dear Cindy: I'm new at your blog, your work is beautiful, you do some amazing things. I just love this popcorn card, I'm going to try it for a friend that needs some cheers, thank you so much, Mary

CiNdYe said...

Thank you so much for thinking of revising your files. I see that you use George a lot, but my Expression came with Plantin. I so appreciate how you give of your talents. Thank you!

disneynut77 said...

Wow Cindy I totally LOVE this! Great job:)

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Lifetime crafter, beginning with sewing clothes for my troll dolls when I was 5. Stampin' Up! demonstrator since 2000. Wife of almost 30 years to my high school sweetheart and planning on 30 more! Mom to 2 great kids and one awesome new son-in-law. "Mom" to 3 furkids, Pomeranians Roxy and Lulu, and a Calico cat, Sugar aka "Miss Fattypants." Addicted to all things Disney!