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Be A Darling Helen

I reckon lots of us could do with a bit of cheering up so . . .

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Well to be honest Helen, I'm a bit disappointed.

 

You promised us something to laugh at and all I see is pretty, delightful sparkly tags. But the tags and the whole thread has made me smile so I'll let you off ;) Well done you've done a great job. Pritt stick does work for many papercraft projects actually, though maybe not a 20 year old tube hehe :lol: . Double sided sticky tape is also handy and glue dots for sequins, gems etc.

 

Looking forward to seeing many more lovely makes x

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Helen

I really appreciate your foray into papercrafting.

If the jewellery organza gift bags are small and you make teensy little gift tags

do you have to include a spy glass to read the message on them? ;-)

Love the colourways and think they are very glam.

Can I come and have a rummage under your stairs too.

Obviously a gold mine! :coolsmile:

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:lol: oh Helen you have made me laugh but not at your makes at your comments. Your makes are beautiful and very sparkly. Well done :) You will become a papercraft addict just like the rest of us.

 

I use different glues for different purpose's I usually use Pritt glue and glue tape on my cards and to apply glitter I used liquid glue (sometimes I use glitter glue). A good tool to have Helen is a bone folder it makes nice clean folds on your cards.

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They're really pretty, Helen, and I'm sure they'll be appreciated.

 

On the glue question, my fave glue is Art Institute Dries White. It's a fab all-rounder. As well as that I always keep double-sided tape on hand, and silicone glue for those really stubborn things that refuse to stay put with anything else, or for decoupage.

 

Welcome to the wonderful word of papercrafting - you'll find it hard to escape now.. hee hee!

 

Hugs,

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