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Old 09-23-2006, 09:50 AM   #1  
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Question Question About Selling Lunch Tins

I have been mulling this over for a few weeks now and need some input. I am thinking about selling lunch tins at a craft fair. I thought that one design could be for cards with dividers for Birthday, Thanks, Anniversary etc. A Recipe box could be an option for another. My concern is that even with Modgepodge applied, will it hold up over time or will it just look yucky after the ribbon gets dirty, the 3 dimensional items get bent etc. The recipe box seems like a problem because if it is left out, will it match their kitchen, will it get greasy like applicance, can you clean it? Maybe I am over-analyzing. I haven't started anything because I am not sure if they will sell. What do you think?

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bumping. I have not done one yet and am interested to see how they've held up over time as well.
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Sorry I can't help you, but I am also wondering the answer. It's always my big fear with ANY papercrafting item... how will it handle under wear and tear? I hope you get some responses.

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