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Old 11-02-2009, 06:40
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not sure if this is the best place but oh well. i'm wanting to use some of that terrifically tacky tape from walmart to use to layer s 7/8 ribbon on top of an 1.5 ribbon to make a base bow for a stacked bow. will it hold well enough? i also usually bake my bows at 200 for a few minutes and then spray them. do you think the tape would hold up or melt or mess up the ribbon?
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Old 11-02-2009, 07:33
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YES the tape will melt. I think if you use the glue it may look messy like dips in the actuall ribbon KWIM?. Just lay the ribbons on top of each other and make your bow. I don't know if I helped much

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not sure if this is the best place but oh well. i'm wanting to use some of that terrifically tacky tape from walmart to use to layer s 7/8 ribbon on top of an 1.5 ribbon to make a base bow for a stacked bow. will it hold well enough? i also usually bake my bows at 200 for a few minutes and then spray them. do you think the tape would hold up or melt or mess up the ribbon?
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Old 11-02-2009, 07:48
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I use fabri-tac. HTH
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I've layered some ribbon using the doubled sided tape from Specialty Tapes and didn't have a problem when I baked them. I even baked a bow that had hot glue on it and had no problems. I had made a bow and had it all put together and forgot to bake it. I just put the whole thing in the over, clip and all and no problems.
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Old 11-02-2009, 08:59
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sometimes i use that flexible fabric glue when i'm doing spikes to layer them but you can see it through the lighter color ribbon. and as far as the tape i was thinking i read something about heat setting the sealah tape or something. so i wasnt sure. i hot glue my loopy surrounds and then bake them at 200 and they do fine. i just thought the tape would be so much easier.
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