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Old 12-19-2004, 11:30 AM   #1
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Default Round Shaker Card

How do you make the background to hold in the beads for a shaker card with a round window? I've attached a picture. Thanks!
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Old 12-19-2004, 11:42 AM   #2
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ok, I can't open your attachment for some reason, but if you mean something like this:


http:////www.splitcoaststampers.com/...cat=500&page=2

Colluzle to make a circle

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TAC sells shaker shapes. They are pre-cut shapes for shakers cards and stuff.
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Question for both responses:

What is TAC?

I know how to cut a circle - I need to know what to use behind the circle as far as mounting tape. How do you get it into a circle to keep your beads in the window.

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Question for both responses:

What is TAC?

I know how to cut a circle - I need to know what to use behind the circle as far as mounting tape. How do you get it into a circle to keep your beads in the window.

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OH! sorry, I misunderstood

I used the regular tape, but cut it into small strips and arranged them...ahh too hard to explain... I'll sketch it out on paper and post it... give me a minute...
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A few things you can do - use double sided foam tape and just cut the pieces small and make a circle...

You can also take some craft foam and cut a circle using colluzle or CM templates and run both side thru a zyron to make it adhesive on both sides
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does this make sense?
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TAC stands for The Angel Company we sell shaker shapes in circles and squares. They are already shaped and sticky on both sides.
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Thanks so much - the craft foam and Krylon Sticker machine is awesome - just happen to have one of those.

Thanks for everyone's help!!!
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I have the answer for this that is easier than any other mentioned...

USE stampin dimensionals. You can arrange them one at a time to fit inside a circle, or around wierd angles. I've done it for window shaker boxes too! Try it! It's a bit more tedious as there are many pieces, but it works!

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