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    What's your favorite chipboard? I love the Fancy Pants Big Boards.

    Tell me which ones you like. Which ones looked good in the package but disappointed you when you used them?

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    I'm a fan of Bazzill myself.
    I'm going broke saving money on scrapbooking supplies!

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    I have the Bazzill and also bought some from Oriental Trading.
    The greatest test of courage on earth is to bear defeat without losing heart.

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    I don't discriminate.. I LOVE all chipboards!!

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    I am with Taffy I love it all!!

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    Since you all use chipboard, you probably have this answer. I wanted to cut my DGD's name out of same but my Wishblade doesn't do that. So I used Die Cuts with a View cardstock, cut 5 sheets of each of 4 pages with her initial at the right side and then glued the 5 layers together. So, have you ever laminated anything that thick? I was going to add photos and then have it bound with a plastic spiral (springy) binding but it's still a work in progress. I've now gone beyond the point of no return and won't rest until I figure something out. Help!
    Ms. Merry

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    Ms Merry, i've tried to laminate something that thick - but it resulted in airbubbles around the edges.. Then again, i don't have one of those heat lammys, i just have my Xyron 510.. maybe if you used a heated lammy machine, it'll work better.. Just a thought..


 

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