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Diaper Fold Pouch
With the first day of school right around the corner, and trips for supplies and new clothes on agenda of many a mom, it's fun to think back to the simple origami you did to pass the time during class. If you don't remember, we'll show you how in this week's tutorial.
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Q: Sharon asked: "Is there a gallery on just Hodgepodge Hardware?"
A: We don't have accessory-specific galleries, but you can use the search function to find what you're looking for. Type "Hodgepodge Hardware" in the search engine and discover all the different ways our members have used it on their projects.
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Brooke has a hint for the Scratch and Sniff technique: "I have used this method before and I have altered it just a bit. I found that the mixture was not covering the way I needed it to. So I added the same color of embossing powder to the mix. I also stamp in the same color of Craft ink. With these alteration I can have full coverage with the image. Example: Red Craft ink, red embossing powder, clear emboss ink, red Kool-Aid® mix. If you are having any issues, give it a try."
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