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Old 09-18-2007, 06:24 PM   #1  
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Acetate? I looked for it at Michaels, and they didn't seem to know what i was looking for? can I get it online? does it come in a certain ply?
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I've always purchased mine through Stampin' Up.
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I buy transparency sheets at Office Max -- the kind for overhead projectors. I'm sure you can get it an any office supply store.
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I use transparency sheets also.
depends on what you are doing, you can use sheet protectors (cut to size),
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At a rubber stamp store, I found 4x6 sheets in a pack of 20 that are perfect for window cards. The same company also packs them in 8 1/2 x 11 sheets. I think the weight is a big thicker than office supply transparencies. Also, at craft stores, check the stencil aisle for acetate sheets and check the mosaic aisle for kinda thick sheets that are designed for sun catchers.
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