Registered: July 16, 2004 Location: Blairsville, PA Posts: 574
Sun, Aug 07, 2005 @ 9:53 PM
Very cute. Can't wait to get this set.
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Registered: November 2, 2004 Location: Eastern WA. Posts: 378
Thu, Aug 11, 2005 @ 4:04 PM
glad you like the card..it was fun. I don't know if I heard about saran wrap on this site or some other, but this is how I did it. I used the brown paper from the packaging boxes to cover my ironing board, layed down cardstock and then I used bits and pieces of thread from my embroidery machine(that I had been saving for this sort of thing) and sprinkled them on the cardstock. then place saran wrap over the top of the cardstock/thread and covered that with another sheet or piece of brown packaging paper and ironed on cotton setting (checking often) until saran wrap had melted onto the card, then just took what little saran wrap around the edges , if any off and decorated as usual. If corners came loose, I just re-glued with any type glue and I went along. Try it!! It was fun! Really not to messy either, just try to keep the sizes of cs and saran wrap as close the the same as you can. Have Fun Ladies!!!!!!!! I can't wait to see what all you come up with. Come I think that is a challenge....well not if you don't want it to be, just kidding, but would be fun to see someone elses ideas. Teresa
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