Aug 22, 2014

Jane's requestaprintie: aka..jane make more printies..dammit

Good morning fine folks of the world around!

Today I am making a quick post to let you know I am still here lurking and planning. I was thinking on maybe doing another video tutorial or making some downloads available and I know printies are quite popular.

So I thought I would let you folks request a printable mini of your choice.
I will attempt to create whatever product is hard to find or mini versions of things you think up.

If you are building a shop I will personalize some bags/boxes with your logo or name.
If you want a product from your country you want/need in miniature
If you need a scaled version of flooring or wall paper.
Theme / Holiday printies......Jane I want more..this type..

Leave me a note in the comments about what you are looking for, products, colors and sizes and I will work on them over the next couple of weeks.

September we will do a Fall mini giveaway and maybe we will plan something fun/big for the winter session.

Happy Crafting!!
~J


23 comments:

  1. Hi Jane,
    Thank you for your generous offer. I'll try to think about something special and let you know.
    Hugs, Drora

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  2. Hi Jane, that's very sweet of you to offer despite your busy schedule! I like mini books in particular but I find it so difficult to make! If you could show an easy tutorial about miniature book making, it would be wonderful! Thanks!

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    1. I will do a little tut for that hon!
      ~J

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  3. Wow - what an offer! But having free choice I can't think of anything now... like Drora I'm going to think this over. But so far - thank for your generosity! ;O)

    Hugs
    Birgit

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  4. A very generous offer! Thinking cap is on :-) I have lots of swaps coming up as well as a new room box project. Thanks!
    Have a lovely weekend,
    Lisa

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  5. Hi Jane, Good to know you are safe. I hadn't had a visit from you for my most recent blog post and was frankly a little bit worried. ;-) Thank you so much for your kind offer. I just looked through my dollhouses and surprisingly couldn't find any printable needs. I've got lots of what I need from Pinterest and Google images, but I just need the time to sit down and print them! :-D Story of my life, right? Speaking of which, I haven't forgotten your fabric. I'm working on gathering some things for you and will send it this coming week, come hell or high water! :-D I look forward to seeing what others suggest for printable needs. In the meantime, it's great to have a post from you! xo Jennifer

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    1. There are a ton of printies! I have many myself but more is good too ;P

      I did visit your blog ;)
      hugs~J

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  6. Un gran ofrecimiento Lo pienso.

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  7. I always love it when you call us "fine folks" JAne ! :))
    I do need to get crafty again ~ seems craftiness comes alive as the weather cools.

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    1. Oh my I meant to say seems "my" craftiness comes alive as the weather cools.
      Some are content and crafty in all weather lol

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    2. Thanks hon, you will get crafty when the time settles for you winter is coming plenty of sitting around and being crafty then ;)

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  8. I can't think of anything specific, but I'm sure whatever you create will be beautiful
    XOXO

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  9. Hmmm...I'm sure Fr. Kevin will need something. Just as soon as things settle down a bit in Dollyville, I will have him drop you a line. ; )

    Hugs,
    Vicki

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  10. What a generous and thoughtful Lady you are. I'm grateful for any free printies...books, posters, packaging. So anything would be fabulous =0)

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  11. Hi Jane what a generous offer. I also love printies ( when my printer decides to work lol) something with country style (roosters or other farm animals) Thanks I cant wait to see what ideas come up from everyone.
    Hugs Maria

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  12. What a generous offer to let people request what they like! I'm not going to ask you for anything specific (I love books) but I'll download whatever you make available. Thanks & hugs

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  13. I'd love if you could explain how to get stuff to print out the correct size. I always have to waste so much time and ink trying to get the scale right. Thanks!
    hugs♥,
    Caroline

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  14. Grrr... I don't think my last comment made it. Anyways, a fall giveaway sounds fun! Fall is such a fun holiday. Pumpkins, spice, leaves, oranges... Yum. And the anticipation of Christmas! :)

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  15. Oh what a very generous offer... I would be happy if you´ll find the time to make a tutorial about making clay vegdetables and fruits... or other foods. And printies are always great... I´m looking forward to see whatever you will show us. Thanks in advance
    Hugs
    Melli

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  16. That's a very generous offer! But I shouldn't be surprised, you are such a generous person! Having a free choice is very hard for me.. =) I just can't decide.. I know I would like to see more prinites of Swedish food packings, but that's a bit hard for you to do =) I guess I just have to sit down and scan my packings at home and print them (I'm so glad we got that new laser printer =) )
    And tutorials, I think any tutorial you do would be great, you have so much talent! I love tutorials of different clay techniques or mini food or things like that.. so that's what I would ask for =)
    (And I just want to say that I saw a tutorial of yours on polyform's website, a pond pendant, it was soooo beautiful! Thanks for sharing!)
    Have a nice week
    Hannah

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  17. You're very generous. I really like printies.

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  18. I'm a bit late, I hope that you are still taking requests. I love labels for basic every day items, dish soap, laundry products, paper products (TP, paper towels, napkins) and toiletries, Jaynie would love some bubble bath. You can also find links to printies on my blog - http://mslists.blogspot.com/

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