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Old 05-27-2013, 05:18 PM   #1
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what is "grunge" board.
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Here is a video on youtube by Tim Holtz that explains it all:

Tim Holtz - Grungeboard - YouTube
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Hi Diane. t!m also came out with a thinner version of grungeboard that he calls 'grunge paper'. Which of the two you want to use would depend upon what you're making/doing.

Here's t!m demoing making flowers with grunge paper:
Tim Holtz demonstrates his Grungepaper Rose - YouTube

And a video that explains the differences of (1) grunge board, (2) grunge paper, and (3) chipboard.

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