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31  HOME SWEET HOME / Crafty Housewares: Discussion and Questions / Re: mac tac on: July 22, 2004 08:01:31 AM
Nuno930 - It should work in a shower or bath as well.  Just make sure the surface you stick it to is dry and your edges are pressed down.

Rosewater - You mentioned putting contact paper in the printer.  Have you tried this or know of anyone who has?  I want to try it but don't want to ruin my good printer at the same time Smiley

32  HOME SWEET HOME / Exterior Decorating / Yard Art / Gardening: Discussion and Questions / Re: Tufa? on: July 19, 2004 08:05:28 AM
Awesome!!  I have some cement that I want to use up.  I will definitely post my creations when I am done.

33  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / Re: Sewing with contact paper? on: July 11, 2004 03:55:19 PM
Thanks for your advice and tip!  I would like to attach the contact paper to the fabric (non-fuzzy cotton) then sew it into the cover.  I was just worried about the stitching perforating the contact paper making a nice trail for it to rip thru.  I will let you know how it goes.

Heather Smiley
34  SEWING IN GENERAL / Sewing in General: Discussion and Questions / Sewing with contact paper? on: July 08, 2004 06:05:24 PM

I am wondering if anyone has any experience with sewing with contact paper (or MacTac) on fabric.  I would like to make a dustproof cover for my printer and scanner.  I know that sticky plastic is available especially for fabric but it is rather pricey so am hoping I can find an alternative.

Thanks  Smiley
35  JEWELRY AND TRINKETS / Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: Reconstructed / Re: Keyboard Magnets on: July 08, 2004 07:38:24 AM
LOL - This is Excellent!  I have several keyboards that have been victims to Fresca, Coffee and OJ and have been wondering what to do with them.  (Kudos to those who keep a supply of rubbing alchohol on hand for emergencys such as these.  Someday I will be one of you :>)  Thanks for the super idea!

36  CANADA / Atlantic Canada / Re: Halifax? on: July 05, 2004 03:28:24 PM
Joey - If you are still looking for a metal bulletin board, have you considered a large cookie sheet.  There's a restaurant supply store on Lady Hammond, they might have one without the turned up edging.  Or, check out a sheet metal supplier, like L.E. Cruickshanks.

Hope that helps  Smiley
37  HOME SWEET HOME / Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions / Re:Decorating Blank Walls on: May 03, 2004 02:08:03 PM
If you are looking to go with option #1 still, Debbie Travis did a show on this.  She had a template cut from contact paper and stuck it to the wall but all you need to do is cut a template of the space that you want to stay white out of contact paper and paint all of the rest.  You can still make lines on the wall for a guide.

Hope this Helps!
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