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Old 07-30-2020, 09:42 AM   #1
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Default How to keep embossing paste for years!

I bought ton of different colors of embossing paste when it was a big thing. I paid a lot and they always dried out before I could use them up. Some never even got used. I was told by the company to add a little water and stir-never worked for me. Now I buy a good size jar in basic colors and just used one today that is probably 2 years old. What I did was took a piece of Press'n Seal from the grocery store, cut it into some squares then put them tightly over the jar. Put the lid back on nice a tight. It works great! I now use that method for storing some of my pantry food that is in containers with lids but don't really keep things sealed in well. This stuff is magic! Plus, if I am careful when opening the paste and just pull back enough of the P&S to get some out, I can reuse the same piece over and over.
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