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Old 09-19-2004, 06:30 PM   #1
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Default Tiles for pins?

Can a tile (1X1) be used to make a pin? Has anyone tried this? Are they too heavy? I'm doing a craft fair in November, and started to make a BUNCH of different things. I am making ornaments and fridge magnets from the octacon and square tiles, but I was wondering if the small square tiles would work for a pin?

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A demo I used to know made a bunch for customers and a convention she was planning on attending at the time. They worked just fine and were quite lovely.

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