Wednesday, 4 March 2009

Zutter cutter crazy

I was immensely pleased to get up this morning and discover linda http://lindajos.blogspot.com/ had in fact taken her zutter out of it's box AND used it, brilliant! She did mention you have to be a bit careful about exactly where you punch the holes and you're better off starting with straight sides, a couple of things I omitted to mention in earlier posts erm... what was it I said on Monday about not everything being as it seems...
Lots of evidence!!


Does anyone know if you can get this hand as a stamp and if so who produces it? would love one of these
I live beside the Lake of Zürich and yes Nathalie the mountains are in the background of pic in Monday's post. I can step into the green within a couple of minutes from here are there are some great walking tracks to the next town along the edge of the forest. I'll post another couple of pics when the weather finally decides to improve, could be a while...


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6 comments:

Gunnels blog said...

Oh, it´s looks hard to do the binding ?! Do you know what ? I have just arrived home from the postoffice with my bia-machine ! So now I have to watch the video and try to learn How to do :-)

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

OK it's official I want your life....by the lake in Zurich...sighhhh
I can just hear the church bells ringing

Please don't make me want a new toy :) I am trying to clear out a little here, it certainly looks/sounds enticing!

Susie said...

What an amazing place to live. Makes my backyard look so sad abd dull. Trade ya. LOL. Speaking of the Zutter. I have one of the contraptions and I love it. I always do a test run on a scrap of paper before punching the 'real thing' once you get the hang of it you can pretty much 'bind' to your hearts content.
susie

kiwicarole said...

What lovely views! Can you swim in the lake over summer?

Linda said...

Oh...they did include a cd or dvd in the box. Was I supposed to watch that? rofl Loved your BIA (aka Zutter) false starts. NOW you share!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Linda said...

Yes, I have that hand stamp. It's small. Inkadinkado makes it! Kept meaning to come tell you.