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Old 10-05-2012, 07:53 AM   #20
binx
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I haven't read the other posts, so forgive if i'm saying what everyone else is. But I do with my cheaper papers exactly what you said - die cut and layer.

I also do a lot of organizing my supplies; for instance, I'm currently (and will be for awhile, it's a slow process) making a sample book of all my dies. The cheaper paper is perfect for this. Along those same lines, I made binder rings samples of all of my embossing folders; used the cheap paper for those too. I figure it saves me $s over using the nicer papers for those purposes.
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