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Old 12-08-2004, 04:56 PM   #1  
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Okay fellow stamp-a-holics, what is all this I hear about the jiify pop. What exactly are all you doing with this. I have no idea, but everyone keeps talking about where to find the jiffy pop. I am very intrigued, could some one fill me in. Thanks, D!!
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Hi dbear! Take a look in my gallery for some Jiffy Pop samples. Basically all you do is make a circle the same size as the Jiffy Pop container and decorate it as you a card and insert it under the metal edge of the container. Target has the Jiffy Pop for $1 and it makes an inexpensive gift. I also add a Blockbuster gift card to mine to make them a little more special.

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Sharron: I have tried these and I always have a problem lifting edge and then reclosing it any tips you can share with us / Me that may help in this area Pretty please
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Hi Dawn! I had the same trouble with the first Jiffy's that I tried. What I found works well is to "gently" pry the edge open and then after you put your decorated card stock in I push the edge back down and put the edge of the container on the edge of my table. I then use a spoon (or anything substantial that I can push with - sometimes use my bone folder in a pinch) to push the edge down nice and flat. The hard spoon makes it lay flatter than just pushing it back in place with my fingers. This seems to work for me. I didn't like it looking "used" either so I just kept fiddling until I found something that worked.
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