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« on: March 15, 2004 08:42:26 PM »

This is an absolutely awesome and inspiring site.  This is my first completed project since my discovery of Craftster so I hope I post ok.  This is a mini-tote I made for my niece (60 Cycle Hum is her dad's rock band).  I used a Laminator, Foil Tape, Eyelets, Key rings & Chain.  This was my first time using foil tape.  Very interesting this product.  Also, very sticky, but I see many crafty uses for the stuff.

« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2004 08:57:55 PM »

Very cute!
Can oyu tell us how oyu turned the foil int sheets?
I've never used it before, but i like what you did with it!

« Reply #2 on: March 15, 2004 09:16:45 PM »

what is foil tape used for? is it similar to duct tape?

btw, cute bag
« Last Edit: March 15, 2004 09:17:49 PM by sfsf » THIS ROCKS   Logged
« Reply #3 on: March 16, 2004 06:08:13 AM »

The tape is about 2" wide.  It is very sticky.  I think it's used for air conditioner installation. I found it next to the duct tape at the hardware store.  I was originally going to make a duct tape purse.  I printed my picture logo on photo paper.  For the sides and bottom I used card stock. The back I just used a left over piece of laminate, so the bag is clear on one side. I laminated all my pieces and trimmed each with a remainder of about a 1/4" laminate on each edge.   It's kind of like sewing.  I just used tape to attach the seams instead of thread.  I used my ruler and exacto knife to get the right size.  Maybe this diagram will help.

« Reply #4 on: March 16, 2004 07:06:01 AM »

very cool ... thanks for the diagram
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