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“Shortcut”

Posted on: January 30, 2009

Do you ever finish laying out a scrapbook page and think, now I have to glue each piece down? It really bothers me, because I always feel I’m not going to get it to look the same. I know this sounds really anal, but I’ve come up with a solution that works. I use a small amount of temporary adhesive to lay my page out, and then go back with Zip Dry around every edge that lifts up. I not only get my page down perfect, but I also save on adhesive.

val

2 Responses to "“Shortcut”"

Val~ I like this tip –gonna give it a try (btw, there was a new tool at CHA to address the ‘now I gotta glue it down’ syndrome –I’ll tell you about when I see you again).

Thanks! I usually take a picture and then try to “build” or “match” the picture. Your way makes much more sense : )

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If you are looking for a great scrapbook store in Southern California, you can stop looking. Scrappin' Good Times in San Dimas, is the place to get all your scrapbooking products! Our Employees and Design Team members contribute to this blog. Feel free to make comments on any of the postings. Thank you, The Scrappin' Good Times Team ________________________________ Hey, we've been nominated again this year! Thanks to all of your votes we're number 1! Best Scrapbooking in the Los Angeles area WE'VE WON!!! Thanks to everyone who Voted! You've made a difference!

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