Packing Paper

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  1. pbbennett

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    Several months ago someone had a/some cool uses of the packing paper when you get your SU order. The uses were card/scrapbook, not just any old household use. I just got a box this week. I'm not asking for brainstorming, although you can IF you have enough brain left . . .lol. Any help out there? (I am thinking it was in a video rather than written on a blog).
     
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    Don't know about the specific thing you're looking for, but you can do tons of stuff with it. Basically anything you can do with dsp. Make treat holders with it, stamp on it, make your own dsp for a natural look. We have new dsp in the catty that you could so similar things with using our brown paper. Use it as layers on your card. Makes great ground with a little ink distressing.
     
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    Wow, that is beautiful Adriana!
    Hard to tell but it doesn't look like she made the flowers where you stack em, brad em and scrunch em, but maybe punched about a million scallops, then folded them a time or two and glued them scrunched up together really close.
     
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    Yes, she had shared the project via Sudsol. I can't seem to remember the technique (because I figured I'm too lazy to make one, LOL) but I think she punched a BUNCH of them, scrunched and then pinned them onto a wreath form. But now you said that about the glue, maybe she hot glued them on?? Sorry I can't remember exactly, though I'm sure either way would work great.
     
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    That is gorgeous! (It says she hot-glued them on.)
     
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    Thanks y'all. ........... hey, we have Like buttons now!!!!! I noticed this on another forum I'm not, not stamp related, but this same format, that they had like buttons. We have em now too!!
     
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    my cats love it as a slip 'n' slide - they love playing on it, under it, sliding on it...... they have a ball that I don't have a heart to pick it up off the floor so I let them have it.
     
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    Seems to look very gorgeous :cool:
     
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