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Old 10-05-2004, 02:06 PM   #1
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You know how there are those things that you buy or are given and never use because you are afraid of using them up?

Well, I just mistakenly used a whole sheet of glossy sticker paper for what I thought was going to be a saran wrap background on plain glossy paper. I sw'ed the whole sheet in night of navy and them embossed white "lace snowflakes" all over. It started to warp really weird while I was heating it, so I flipped it over to find these "break marks" for removing the adhesive! I was saving this sheet, for what I don't know and now it's full of lace snowflakes. WOuld you save it for something special now, or just use it for cardfronts?

BTW, I am not empressed with how it turned out so I am thinking of changing it to a tapestry type bg. WWYD?
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Could you cut it into 1 1/4" x 3 1/4" pieces and make a TON of beaded pens? They may be pretty.
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