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Old 01-12-2009, 04:57 AM   #25
Lynn in St. Louis
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Good point Melody. I used the back of a note pad for mine. I don't think that I have ever bought chipboard (unless you count the kind that is die cut into shapes)

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Originally Posted by lacyquilter View Post
For chipboard, anything like a cereal box, pasta box, gift box, backing from toy packages, backing from a legal pad, etc. works great. You do not need to purchase chipboard.

Or simply glue several layers of card stock together.
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