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Perfect for the cards I am making
Date:January 28, 2013
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Donnatopia
Location:Fort Lauderdale, Fl
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These are perfect for the Christmas cards I am making for next year. I will be embellishing them with the Scandia Jul scrapbook paper I also purchased.
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these are not wood
Date:September 7, 2012
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craftmom3
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From the description I thought these were balsa wood (and big enough to be tree ornaments), but they are chipboard scrapbook tags, with a glossy paper outer layer on each side, printed with an unconvincing wood design. I wanted to paint the fun 60's shapes in mod Christmas-y colors to make tree ornaments, but now I don't know what to do with them, as it will be more work to rough up the glossy paper to make them take paint. Maybe I'll return them. They are made by gcd studios, so maybe I'll try to find their website and look for project ideas there. Oh, I see. You can put rub-ons on them and use them as tags on your scrapbook pages. Not what I was thinking at all.
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