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« Reply #10 on: November 25, 2005 12:24:16 AM »

stupid question: what do you scrap book in ?

and he said unto the people of the hills and valleys " and all ye who eat brunch shall be damned to hell" and unto the people of the plains and seas "ditto"
« Reply #11 on: February 27, 2006 07:45:06 AM »

glue dots are FANTASTIC. If you have something smaller than the dot (like really thin ribbon) just put the item on the edge of the dot, pinch it with your nails, and tear off whatever's stuck to your item. I can usually stretch each dot to 2 or 3 items that way- just be sure to touch the dot with your fingers as little as possible so it doesn't get oily/acidy. I looove glue dots!
Also, those adhesive runners are positively wonderful. Sooo easy to use, and you can reposition stuff if you need to.

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« Reply #12 on: April 20, 2006 01:56:26 PM »

*NOTE TO SELF* Don't use rubber cement...

I tried my hand at scrapbooking last night. I wanted to capture memories of a recent trip to the UK. I used what I had handy: regular tape, rubber cement and some glue dot squares that I happened to find at the 99 cent store last night. To my horror, the rubber cemented warped the scrapbooking sleeves! It flattened out slightly overnight (I checked this morning) but I still hate that some of the pages are all warbly now. So I supposed that I'll stick with the glue dot squares, although it gets a bit tedious after awhile. All the picking and pulling and removing of protective layers. I like the previous posters suggestions of double stick tape, I'll try that next and post some pics...



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