Saturday, April 12, 2014

Just a quick note to let you know that if you order a ruler the first part of this week, I will not be shipping until Thursday, April 17th as I will be out of town. I would also like to thank you all for your continued support. It is amazing to me that such a simple idea could have been so well received.

Friday, January 31, 2014

Updated Vendor List

Hello everyone! Just a quick note to let you know I have updated the vendor list. It's tough to keep up sometimes. And one of these days, I may organize by state and country! I would also like to let you know of a giveaway chance. Linda at The Paper boutique is giving away a PerfectTrim ruler on her blog paperboutiquewithlinda. Enter by February 2nd! You will also find a quick video there that she did on how she uses the ruler! Thanks Linda!

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Thank you for your support!

Well guys, it's been 1 year since the Perfect Trim Ruler was introduced! I have to say a special thank you to all of my supporters. This year on National Scrapbook Day, I watched videos from morning 'til night and what an inspiration! Kathy Orta from Paper Phenomenon has started another new, fun project called Photo Fun Keepsake Box. She uses the ruler here on her You Tube Channel. The ruler is shown about 31 minutes into the video. By the way, this was a great project!

Kathryn at Kathryn Scraps also uses the ruler in her newest project The Garden Lattice Box. This was a cute project she did in her Ustream class on National Scrapbook Day. You can purchase the tutorial on her website. As I understand it, the tutorial includes video instruction.

Ginger at MySistersScrapper also has some great tutorials on YouTube. Check out her demo of the ruler here. ***Edited to note that Ginger mentions that she thought the ruler was a couple of bucks, but then in her comments she noted that this was an error and it was probably what she had told her husband!

Again, thank you all for your continued interest in my ruler!

Saturday, February 23, 2013

First of all, I would like to announce that the ruler now being shipped is Version 2 of my Perfect Trim ruler. I removed a couple lines that I did not use, and added a 3/16" line and a 1/4" line. I believe the changes will make the ruler even better!

Also, if you would like to see a demo of this ruler, check out this highlight from a recent class by Kathy Orta at Paper Phenomenon. I would like to say a very special thank you to Kathy for doing such a great job demonstrating the ruler in her Ustream classes. She also has fantastic tutorials available on her website. They are very detailed and easy to follow.

Friday, February 15, 2013

I thought I would like to share this album with  you. I made it with the Sophistication pattern from Kathy Orta at Paper Phenomenon. I used the "Celebrate" Line of Paper from Authentique Paper.

Monday, January 28, 2013

New Postage Rates!

Sorry, but it seems we have had another increase in postage. U.S. postage increased by a small amount, but International shipping has doubled! The prices are reflected in the new button for purchasing on the right.

Just a reminder, if you would like more than 1 ruler, the shipping is usually almost the same, so send me a message from the contact page and I can send you a paypal invoice for multiple rulers plus shipping.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

As I was watching Kathy Orta tonight at PaperPhenomenon, it seems that people wondered if this was a quilting ruler. The answer to that is, no. Now to explain a little more: I am a quilter, I have designed patterns for quilting. Quilter's use tons of different rulers for different things. You can use a quilting ruler to do trim your corners, sort of. I did not have a ruler that did this job exactly as I wanted to do it. It was still just a guess. So being a quilter, and knowing that you can get a ruler made, I designed one to do what I wanted it to do. . . exactly. So, yes there are other rulers and tools that will accomplish the same thing. And if you have them, by all means, use them. This is a ruler for those that are not quilter's or may not have invested in a tool that might work. It is a simple idea that, simply put, works for what I needed it to do, which was trim my cardstock to cover my chipboard, quickly and easily! Thank you Kathy, for your continuing support and your beautiful tutorials!