Thursday, March 17, 2011

Thankful Thursday Project- Video

Today is design team day for "Thankful Thursday"
We were asked to make a "green" project. So I decided to
make a video showing how I save some "green"
by re-sticking my cricut mats:)
Be sure to check the rest of the design teams projects over at:
http://www.crazyaboutcricut.blogspot.com/

Happy St. Patricks Day:)

13 comments:

  1. Thanks for that tip. I have some of that stuff for making glue dots, so I will give it a try for my mats.

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  2. Awesome tip. I use the chisel tip Zig 2 Way to restick my mats and I use the Tack it Over and Over to make my own glue dots. I am going to give this a try next time I need to restick.

    TFS,
    Erin

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  3. you don't have to take what is left of the sticky off before applying?

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  4. How does everyone make glue dots with that stuff?? Amazing all the things we can learn from each other. Gonna try that stuff!!!

    Happy St. Patrick's Day!

    Cindy Stark (fan in AZ)

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  5. I like your clever take on going green! I will have to try this!! :)

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  6. Great video Kassidy, thanks for the great tip!!!

    Happy St.Paddy's Day

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  7. great tip. i use krylon and did not know this was possible. thanks!

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  8. Thanks for the great tip! I use basting spray and it is too messy! The can is almost gone so I think I'll be picking up some of this instead! TFS!

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  9. Thanks for the great video! I haven't tried to re-stick my mats yet but may try after watching your video!

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  10. Thanks for the video. I have a ton of mats so I'm going to go out and buy this stuff.
    Nikki

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  11. Thanks for this tip I have been using other stuff, which I'm not too happy with. I have always loved Aleene's so with your tip I'm back to my basic supplies.
    Cathy S

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  12. Kassidy...would you like to come to my house? I have about 25 mats that need some love! Actually, this is one of my favorite ways to re-stick :)

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