Crafter's Workshop Templates 6"X6"-Bricks

Crafter's Workshop Templates 6"X6"-Bricks


Item # 11415254
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These templates are a fast and easy way to add a special touch to your scrapbook pages; greeting cards or any other paper craft project. Each 6x6 inch plastic template is great for use with chalk; pens; paint and many other mediums. This package contains one 6x6 inch template. Made in USA.
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Crafter's Workshop Templates 6"X6"-Bricks is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from just found these I just ran across these while browsing for embossing folders and they were on sale so I decided to try one. They are rather thin. I expected them to be a little stiffer. I hope they hold up. I had a layout in mind and was so excited that I just laid it on the paper and sprayed with my brown homemade mist. I was a little disapointed that I got some under the template, but after it dried I traced the bricks with a pencil and then misted with black-this was on a red background in one corner and it came out so neat. I read afterward someone else had done the same with getting paint under it so I will have to do a little experimenting, but I'm happy. It was fun to play with and scrapping five teenage grandchildren I know I will use it often.
Date published: 2012-07-19
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