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Old 02-02-2012, 06:58 PM   #1
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For the upcoming VSN Mini on Friday, Feb 10............here are some things a bit outside the "normal" stamping supplies you might need:

Glubers or red line adhesive paper or other large adhesive medium
Foam squares/pop dots
Chicken/egg image


Ok....there will be an updated list for the Main VSN in March. Enjoy!!!
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Got it....okay so I don't have a chicken or egg image......may have to make a trip to HobLob........OH DARN! *giggle*
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Heehee! Gotta love a shopping excuse!
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For the upcoming VSN Mini on Friday, Feb 10............here are some things a bit outside the "normal" stamping supplies you might need:

Glubers or red line adhesive paper or other large adhesive medium
Foam squares/pop dots
Chicken/egg image


Ok....there will be an updated list for the Main VSN in March. Enjoy!!!
What are Glubers, whould Jack paper work the same way?
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What are Glubers, whould Jack paper work the same way?
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Glubers are clear adhesive circles (originally 2" - but I don't know if they have other sizes), made specifically for gluing on those twisted fabric flowers or ruffled flowers, etc. Here's a picture & video: Introducing Glubers! - Cosmo Cricket
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No glubers here. Do you think some DIY adhesive paper would work? You know, like strips of 1/2" scor-tape placed side by side?

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I think basically any type of adhesive that is wider should work....and most likely you can use other tape and put it side by side to make it wider......I think that should work too!
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Glubers are clear adhesive circles (originally 2" - but I don't know if they have other sizes), made specifically for gluing on those twisted fabric flowers or ruffled flowers, etc. Here's a picture & video: Introducing Glubers! - Cosmo Cricket
Thanks Melody, enjoyed watching the video and I'm sure that Jack paper cut into circles will work just fine, but what a great idea, haven't heared or seen this product in OZ will have to look.
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For the Glubers, I just Xyron a piece of thin chipboard! Works wonders!

Just saw a chick image for free on Papertrey's blog! Woot!
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Do you Xyron both sides or just one?
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Do you Xyron both sides or just one?
I only Xyron the side that I will be attaching the fabric/ribbon to. I then will adhere a stronger liquid adhesive to the back to attach it.
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