|Posted: 1/3/2013 6:42:03 PM|Well, now I've gone and searched, and it turns out people knew this, but I didn't until just now .
I got the 6*6 pad of Fourteen, and one of the papers in it has "February" spelled wrong, twice! I saw a message online from someone from CP who was responding to someone who had pointed out the problem in the paper, and it suggested the problem would be rectified before the paper was sent out, but, obviously, it wasn't.
I probably would have bought the pad even if I knew -- I'll cover the Februrary up on that paper. But, how embarrassing.
|Posted: 1/3/2013 6:50:56 PM|
I am with you. I hadn't really thought too much about it in the 6x6 pad but had also read it had been fixed. Nope.....Ironically, flipping through the 6x6 pad, I saw this piece of gray pp with x's & o's, great for a football page & wondered why I hadn't ordered a 12x12. Went to look & it is the b side of the piece with all the Feb misspellings, which I had written off before I read it was corrected. Trying not to spend anymore for a few months, so I will make the 6x6 work....
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|Posted: 1/3/2013 7:14:11 PM|
I never realized HOW many mistakes there are in scrapbooking products until I did that blog entry about it. It's crazy and a little frustrating.
|Posted: 1/3/2013 8:15:52 PM|
I just finished a project with Crate Paper's Portrait collection and January was spelled wrong. The whole point was to use it as part of my new year's resolution layout. ANNOYING!
|Posted: 1/3/2013 8:16:49 PM|So funny! I am working with this line today and didn't notice the typo. Thanks for the heads up!
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