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Old 04-03-2006, 05:28 AM   #1  
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Is there anyplace that sells the ribbon slides similar to the ones from Stampin' Up!'s hodgepodge hardware? I just want to price them out and see wich is more expensive. I already have two sets of hardware .

Here is a link to a thread with a picture of what I'm looking for:
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ETA: I've looked several places but couldn't find anything.

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Old 04-03-2006, 08:08 AM   #2  
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I can't help with a place other than SU but would be happy to buy you some more Hodgepodge Hardware!

You're a great card maker and for that I'll buy you most anything from SU!
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Ahhhhhhh!!!! Now that's one proud momma and you have every right to be!
I'd even send some slides if I had extras.
In scrap and stamp stores I've seen packages hanging on hooks by the other hardware type stuff - maybe from making memories or creative memories.
good luck....
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I have some Making Memories slides. I haven't used them yet, but they are 3 to a pack, I think, and good quality (a little fancier than the SU ones).
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Just a thought....save the pull tabs from soda cans! I have a ton of them (my son loves sodas in the summer) and since they are aluminum, I'm sure that you could emboss them any color that you want. I haven't tried them yet, myself, but I did hear about them in a magazine and thought....now, that's resourceful. HTH
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EK Success's website has paper punches that are for ribbon slides. Just added to the website for April.
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Originally Posted by krabearkub
Is there anyplace that sells the ribbon slides similar to the ones from Stampin' Up!'s hodgepodge hardware? I just want to price them out and see wich is more expensive. I already have two sets of hardware .

Here is a link to a thread with a picture of what I'm looking for:
//www.splitcoaststampers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=134301

ETA: I've looked several places but couldn't find anything.

TIA
I got mine from JoAnn Fabrics. It was thier scrapbook essentials or craft essentials. They are not as nice as SU!'s though.
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Hey Kurtis, think I can talk my mom into buying me some Hodgepodge stuff now that your mom will buy it for you?? HEHEHE! My mom is awesome and loves seeing what I make with my stuff too..lol..too bad it is so far till x-mas!
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I've found ribbon slides Joann's brand (sort of a brushed aluminum look to them) & some from MM (3-4/pkg). Not a lot of variety in the stores. 2 of the other items in the 'thumbnail' I've never found in the craft stores in my area. I actually sat down & roughly figured what it would cost to purchase all of the items in the SU hodgepodge sets (w/o coupons) & the SU sets are a very good value - especially when a lot of the items in the set can't be found in (at least) the generic craft stores like J's, M's & ACM's. I purchase items from a lot of sources but have gotten 2 of the 3 sets from SU so far.
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I actually sat down & roughly figured what it would cost to purchase all of the items in the SU hodgepodge sets (w/o coupons)
That is what I'm trying to do also. But the only thing I couldn't find was the ribbon slides...
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