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Old 10-25-2011, 07:47
VioletDaisy VioletDaisy is offline
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Default Re: Lining clips...production line

Originally Posted by mysunshineboutique View Post
I like this approach when we have shows.

The list of colors depends on what you carry and how many you need to make. If you carry 40 colors but only need 2 of each it is remarkably different than if you need 10 of each. I always try to coordinate the colors, it just adds an elegence that is easy to overlook, but shows you take the time to look at the details.

Sorry to be so vague, but it really depends how many you need to end up with.

If you would like to save time you may consider buying your clips pre-lined. Depending how proficient you are at lining clips, this could give you significantly more time to work on the bows. This would make your time very efficient.
Unless you have very specific ribbon that you want to line your clip (which I only use my "cute" ribbon when the ribbon is actually going to show--like preppy stripes, patterns, etc.--with a resin or something that actually lets the cute ribbon show through), I would SOOOOOO buy pre-lined clips from MySunshineBoutique!!! I just got my order today and they are AWESOME. I am SOOOOOO very picky how my clips are lined. But I am trying to cut down on production time and order from them. They rock!! I would SOOOO recommend them. They have solids, dots and prints to choose from. You can't go wrong on the price! For the price they are selling them, it's not worth my time to do them myself
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