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Folding Thick Paper

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Folding Thick Paper

 Folding thicker paper can be difficult because it is literally harder to fold, but also because the paper can crack and rip when you crease it and open up the models. Peeling the scrapbooking paper into two layers, and using steam when folding makes thick paper easier to fold and prevents the cracking and ripping.

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Adding a Music Box to Your Mobile

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Adding a Music Box to Your Mobile

  Traditional plastic baby mobiles come with wind up music boxes, but these do not. Timeless Crane Mobiles are always in kinetic motion, and any little breeze can stir them up so a music box is not necessary to make them move.  Despite this, you may still want to add a musical element to your baby's mobile and this can easily be done  by adding one of these mobile music box above your mobile.   A Battery Operated Mobile Music Box This Shiloh Baby Musical Mobile is easy to use, is battery operated and plays music for 20 minutes. This is...

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Folding On The Go

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Folding On The Go

  Someone recently asked me a question about how I fold on the go. It's something I've wanted to write about, but actually receiving that question is what finally got me to sit down and type this up. Waiting around for anything is a waste of time in my opinion, so I always take work with me to keep me busy. Most of the time I just take a project case and some paper with me, but when the folding requires a flat surface, or I'm using any paper larger than 6 inch squares, then a few other things are taken...

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