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Old 04-14-2009, 02:06 PM   #1
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Okay,

I am in desperate want of flocking powder... No I don't need it, but I really really want it! Does anyone know any stores that may carry it? I checked Michael's and Joann's and they had no clue what I was asking for...

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Old 04-14-2009, 02:18 PM   #2
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Archivers carries it. It's called Fun Flock or something like that. I know I got a couple different colors from Archivers last year to play around with. It's like embossing powder, one jar will last you for a good while depending on how many cards ya make with it.
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Old 04-14-2009, 04:09 PM   #3
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I got mine at Archiver's. It came in a set of about 8 or so in little bottles. They're little, but last a long time. Use a coupon!!
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I've got some from doodlebug and it's called crushed velvet flock. It's in little jars in bright colors Here is a link to it.
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I've got some from doodlebug and it's called crushed velvet flock. It's in little jars in bright colors Here is a link to it.
I have seen this at Hobby Lobby.
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You know what come to think of it I have too. Plus you could use the 40% coupon on it making it really cheap.
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I don't care for the crushed velvet flock. It has a different texture to it and also very difficult to work with from those tiny jars.

I got some from Sparkle and Sprinkle at the stamp show last month. It comes in small about 2-3 oz plastic bottles with a pointed spout. I open the bottle and use needle nose tweezers to put it on my project. That way it does not go all over and I can get the excess back in the jar without wasting it. I think there were 9 colors in the package.

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Hobby Lobby sells Doodlebug. But I have seen in in a catalog - was it Oriental Trader?

I bought some at Hobby Lobby before Christmas. The store was out of doodlebug, but had another brand in the "Christmas Craft" aisle. It came in containers about the size of a 35mm film container. Much better value!

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Thank you ladies!

I went out this evening and stopped in at Hobby Lobby... They carry it but were out right now... but at least I know where I can get it now!

I can't believe how hard it is to find!! Even local scrapbook stores I checked didn't have it!
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I ordered some sparkly fluff and regular fluff from www.Ourcraftlounge.com I am hoping it is here soon to play with. It looks cool and can get many colors of it. I also ordered some flower soft from www.ellenhutson.com that should be here by the weekend I use to have flocking powder but think I might like this stuff better
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I've opened a swap for flocking if anyone is interested please check it out in my siggy!!
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Just an FYI, the size of those Doodlebug bottles (the tiny ones in the multi sampler pack) is deceiving (in a good way!). I figured each color would probably only be good for one or two uses, but somehow once you dump it out that stuff expands like you wouldn't believe! I had a hard time even getting it all to fit back in the bottle - I think that stuff is going to last forever!
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