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Old 12-28-2006, 03:19 PM   #1  
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I posted a question last night about chipboard coasters, but, forgot where I posted it. I bought a bunch to make calendar's, but, I only found one submisson in the gallery. Is there somewhere else these might be, also idea's for the extra coasters? With a bunch of people buying 100's of them, there must be something they are doing with them. I need all the help I can get.
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This is a very timely question for me. I got 100. WHY???????? I need to subscribe to this thread !
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you can make little scrapbooks with them. or accordian albums, calenders. attach them to your pages. got to the gallery and do a search for chipboard coasters and they will pop up.
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I actually just got a bunch from my MIL! She gave me a bunch of ovals so any ideas for these would be welcomed!
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I have 100 circles and squares.... help!
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This is so funny. We buy stuff and THEN ask what to do with them...

I have 20!! LOL

ps. I bought some very cute tiny brass hinges from Cindy at Starlitstudio to use with these.
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If they're the 4" square ones, you can actually fit 4 of the Cuttlebug 2" dies per coaster, and fun 'em through your die cutting machine!

That's mostly what I've been doing with mine--I haven't even tried to do anything else with 'em . . . yet . . . But, I got an extra 200 a few weeks ago for when I figure sumpin' else out . . .
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Look here: CHIPBOARD
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I have almost gone through my first 100. I have made chipboard calendars, chipboard mini-albums, photo frames, and coaster boxes. 100 of these little suckers actually go quite fast and am glad I have another 100 or so to play with. I don't have a die cutting machine yet so that is the next thing to try out!

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That's mostly what I've been doing with mine--I haven't even tried to do anything else with 'em . . . yet . . . But, I got an extra 200 a few weeks ago for when I figure sumpin' else out . . .
hmmmmmmm I've got to try this.... what plates in what order did you use?
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I made an awesome coaster box (with 5) and plan to make another. I also made a frame, with faux hinges, using 2 coasters- but then I had a open house and lots of people made frames so thats where most of my coasters went.

I think that the newest tutorial uses them as squash book covers.
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I don't know how to attatch a picture here but, I got a RAK from my dear friend with the coasters I sent her. Theres a picture in my gallery. I'm thinking these would make awesome christmas gifts. I know its early but, if I do it then I have to start now.
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Wow you guys, thanks for all of the ideas. Tons of inspiration here, as always
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I don't know how to attatch a picture here but, I got a RAK from my dear friend with the coasters I sent her. Theres a picture in my gallery. I'm thinking these would make awesome christmas gifts. I know its early but, if I do it then I have to start now.
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Does anyone have instructions for the chipboard box? I understand how to attach the sides, but how is the bottom attached?
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The bottom is just atached with glue E600 can be bought a Michael's




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Thanks for posting the link.........I haven't quite figured that out yet.
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I have used my coaster with my CuttleBug alot this is how I did it plate A then plate B coaster the die then plate B. I haven't had any problems with mine cutting properly. Good Luck



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I looove all ur projects girls..i don own a cropodile, or a cuttlebug..any other easy instructions for making the holes.??. the photo frames n calender are great..as well as the others..thx fs..n thx ahead for any replies..loves ya Gail
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Today we went to Outback Steakhouse JUST so I could pick up a few 4" coasters. My daughter couldn't quit picking them up. What do i do with 108 coasters? omg!!!
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Send them to me...I haven't been to Outback! HA! I'll bet once you get started, you'll find plenty to do with them. Look at the gallery, and you'll find tons to do with them.

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I've been using my Big Shot with this sandwich:

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Goes through beautifully!

Also, I am using medium weight coasters--results may vary, of course, if you're using thicker/heavy weight coaster material?
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hello..i had asked how u get the holes in the coasters..i don have the cropodile or the cuttlebug..hope sumone will answer me..thx ahead for any replies..loves ya Gail
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Last night I made little holes in mine with my Anywhere hole punch with hammer - it worked fine! (i do have a a CODile but I wanted the 1/16 holes).
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You can use an anywhere hole punch--just might take a little extra pounding with the hammer, UKWIM? Make sure you are working on cutting mat or board to protect your work surface.

You could also use a hand-held punch, if you have enough strength and the coaster material is medium to light weight. I dunno that they go through heavy weight all that well . . .
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I tried this but it was really hard to crank. It started to die cut them but I didn't want to force it through and break my bug. Is it hard to crank through with the chipboard in it?

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Does anyone have instructions for the chipboard box? I understand how to attach the sides, but how is the bottom attached?
I actually punch two holes on either side of each corner of the bottom coaster and thread the ribbon up through the bottom. I like that the bottom is not glued down and I can totally disassemble the box for storage
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I used a Regular Hole punch to punch out the holes on my Chipboard Coasters.
That's all I have other than my Click it tool.
And I haven't try that yet.

Here is what I have done with my chipboard coasters:

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Hi, Gail!

FYI: you 'bump' just by posting a reply. People usually just type 'bump', cuz it's fast and easy.

I would recommend you get the cropodile. Don't have one myself, but my friend does! What I use when I don't have hers, is a leather hole puncher. It looks like this: click! Now, I know that's not a common household tool! LOL

I'd like to hear what others without a Crop-o-dile use.

Oh, and my LSS (local scrapbook/stamp store) in Selkirk has a crop-o-dile, so I sometimes use the one there when I go over to use their crop area. Their a small charge to crop in their area, but it's worth it!
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I'd like to hear what others without a Crop-o-dile use.
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I see there are some other great suggestions so far!
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I made some mini albums with mine, but only took a picture of one...

closed-//www.splitcoaststampers.com/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=425561&cat=500&ppuser=86555

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oops! I don't know why that didn't link?
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Hello everyone!

I'm from Norway so please excuse me if I spell wrong or use words that arent exactly right

Can someone please explain how to make the boxes made of coasters? I have looked at all the beautiful samples. I can see how the four coasters are attached, but what about the one in the bottom of the box? Do you glue? And if you do...., what kind of glue do you recomend? Hope you understood my question........
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Full coaster box instructions are here

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thx avon..i like the lss in Selkirk too...will try the suggestions u made..thx for your reply..Sunny n +10 here today..Loves ya Gail
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Love all the creative ideas for the square coasters. Has anyone done anything with round coasters?
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