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    This is a good time to buy those folders that are are halographic. They are made of cardstock and are of the same designs that are at the LSS. You can buy the folders (we used to call them PeeChees) in the school supplies at WalMart and Office Max. I paid 99cents for mine and would have paid $2.99 at the LSS. Good buy!

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    Thanks for the tip!! I am going to WM today so I guess I will get some of those too.

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    Hey Judy! You are really watching out for our pocketbooks!! Sounds neat. Have to check it out!!
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    Are they acid/lignin free?
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    What do you all use them for? Die cuts or something like that?
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    There is hardly any paper that is not acid free produced, today. I found this out, can't remember where, when I researched it on the net. Printing standards for cards, printing media, and books use acid free paper stock. These folders are of the same design as I have in my local LSSs,here. So I assume that they are from the same original supply source for the product used in sheets of Scrapbook papers. I would not be worried about it, personally.

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    Oh, Lynn!

    These make wonderful cutouts for cards and paper piecing. Wait until you receve the paper piecing swap. I have used one for the Christmas catagory.

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    Great Judy - can't wait. Sounds good to me. I'll have to take a trip to Wally World. These would be good for boys especially I would think.
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    i'm trying to think of what they look like!

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    I got me some - now I just need to figure out what to do with them. lol
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