Whenever I publish a new post, email subscribers are supposed to get an email so they know it is there. But I don’t think the email worked for today’s “Turn a Line Stamp Into a Silhouette Stamp” post. (At least I didn’t get the email, so I’m guessing you didn’t either.) So I’m trying again.
If you didn’t get the email, hopefully it will work this time. (And if I am wrong and you did get the email, please forgive the extra notice.) The silhouette post follows this one . . . Please join me on the blog to read it or if you are reading this ON the blog, then just scroll down a little on the page and there it is . . .
Oops! eArticle Correction
Marilyn Sweeney just alerted me that I’ve got a crediting error in the new “Stamped Gift Tags & Gift Wrap” eArticle. The tags above (found on page 28 and 29 of the pdf version of the eArticle) were credited correctly to Cindy Connell on page 28 but incorrectly credited to Marilyn Sweeney on page 29. (The page numbers on epub and Kindle mobi versions will vary depending on your reader and text settings.) I have corrected the error in all versions of the eArticle and re-uploaded the files, so if you would like to download a corrected version, that’s what you will now find on the website and the online shopping cart. My apologies to Marilyn and Cindy for the error.
What To Do If You Can’t Open an eArticle
Most of the time, opening and reading VSN’s eArticles is easy. You just click on the link and the file opens or downloads and you read it using whichever reader software you have installed on your computer. But every now and then, you may have a problem. Here are some things to do if an eArticle doesn’t open or download the way you expect:
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One of my favorite websites, Lynda.com, is currently offering a seven day free trial, so I thought I’d let you know. Of course, Lynda.com isn’t a stamping website, so you might wonder why I’m telling you about it here and why in the world a stamper would need a site like Lynda.com . . .
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