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Old 03-18-2006, 04:00 PM   #1
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I need to make a mask that I can reuse for about 125 invitations. Post-it notes won't work. I thought repositionable tape would be the best option. Has anyone ever used it? Can you recommend a brand? TIA!
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3M makes it - it's in a blue plaid box. I haven't used it much but it seems to work. I don't know if it would be wide/big enough for you. It's like regular tape - maybe 3/4" wide.
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You can also get repositionable "roll-on" tape. You can put it on the back of any paper. Try Office Depot or Staples stores.
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If they made waterproof post-its, you'd be set!

How large is the image?
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I use the dotto repositional all the time, but I would NOT reccomended it for your product, it often leaves dots behind on your project (when I scrapbook this doesn't matter becuse I am usually permenantly adhereing something in the spot. I say go with 3M, or I think SU carries that 2 way glue you could try.
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Can you stick multiple post-its together to get a big enough mask. I've done this only once. I only needed 2 of the 3" x 5". I made sure not to totally overlap the two pieces so I would have a wider sticky strip in the middle. After I stamped my larger image on the post-its I placed scotch tape on the seam so I wouldn't accidentally pull them apart.

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I use a 2-way glue pen for this. You apply the glue to the back of the mask and wait for the glue to dry (it will turn from blue to clear when it's sufficiently dry). Then it's repositionable. You may have to reapply the glue a few times (since your repositioning it 125 times), but you only need a few dots of it in places for it to work.
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Tombow makes a removable adhesive also. The dispenser is aqua-colored, but looks just like the permanent dispenser. If you use the Tombow adhesive, you might be able to get just a refill of the removable adhesive. I've seen it at Office Max.
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You might try using the Tombow Multi Liquid Glue, it is a two way glue that once it dries is restickable, I tried it today and it works great. I have also used the Zig 2 way glue and like both, but since trying the multi I am hooked. You will find you use it for everything. If it is used for permanant gluing, it holds amazingly well..I am using it to put nugget boxes together and those babies are holding up so good!
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