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Topic: Anyone tried using scrapbook paper on Fun-Kins?  (Read 615 times)
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« on: August 21, 2013 09:28:48 AM »

I really want to try and use some awesome halloween paper I found on a Fun-Kin, but because it's heavy stock I'm not sure abou how it will sit. Some wrinkles I would be fine with, but I'd prefer to keep the whole thing as smooth as possible. I know Mod-Podge has some thinner paper out that works great on fun-kins, but I really like this paper. Has anyone used the heavy stock scrapbook paper on fun-kins? Is there a way to maybe thin out the paper, without destroying it?
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