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Old 11-06-2009, 12:28
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Is is strong enough to stay in place on the ribbon? What does the other side feel like? Sorry, I haven't seen it before and am thinking about getting some now if it works good.
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Old 11-06-2009, 12:38
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Is is strong enough to stay in place on the ribbon? What does the other side feel like? Sorry, I haven't seen it before and am thinking about getting some now if it works good.
It definitely stays in place. I had one of my friends try it out for me on her granddaughter in the hot Florida sun. I made her a Minnie Mouse clippie to wear to Disney and I lined it with the Duck Hold-It tape. The little girl has fine, curly hair. My friend said it stayed in her granddaughter's hair from the time they put it in that morning until they took it out that night for bedtime. She said they didn't have to adjust or reclip her hair at all. If it can hold up on a 3 year old with fine hair in the heat for hours and hours then it works pretty well.
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Old 11-06-2009, 12:40
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Awesome, thanks for the info! I will be getting some this weekend. I am tired of messing with the shelf liner!
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Old 11-06-2009, 12:44
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I finally found the Duck Hold-It tape, and bought a roll. My question is what's the easiest/fastest way to cut them evenly? I've been using a rotary cutter & mat, but it's not what I would call "easy" OR "fast".

How do YOU cut them? I'm cutting them to the size of 1 1/4" x 1/4". Thanks for any tips!!
I use a fiskars paper cutter. It has the rulers built in and it is fast!
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Old 11-06-2009, 12:57
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I use a fiskars paper cutter. It has the rulers built in and it is fast!
Okay, so where did you get that from? I am definately going to have to get me one! LOL
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Old 11-06-2009, 01:09
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Okay, so where did you get that from? I am definately going to have to get me one! LOL

Walmart. Scrapbook isle. Under $20. It's so fast that way.

I just want to say to everyone to be sure to list that your clip has non-slip grip. It's a great selling feature that you need to market. It definately doesn't come on the clips they buy from Goody in the Walmart hair isle!
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Old 11-06-2009, 03:33
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I use a fiskars paper cutter. It has the rulers built in and it is fast!
Oh man, that's even better. I have one of those cutters and it NEVER crossed my mind to use it. I will dig it out tomorrow and use it. Thanks for the tip.
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Old 11-06-2009, 09:04
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When I went to wal-mart and found the tape I was so confused.... FYI it'f really to keep your rugs in place on your wood/tile floor. Maybe I'm slow, but I wanted to throw that out there to save someone else another trip to wal-mart thinking these girls aren't possibly using something for carpet on their hair clips!
It works great and it EASY..

Giving DH the roll and sissors.. I'm going to have to try that one!
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I use a fiskars paper cutter. It has the rulers built in and it is fast!
Ah, I have one of those from Hobby Lobby, like $10 I think. I will try that. Thanks!
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Old 11-06-2009, 09:17
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What a great idea! Creative Memories sells a great mini-paper cutter. I will have to start using that. I love the hold-it tape. My dd can wear the huge flowers I make and they stay in place all day. I have been testing it on her before I sell them with that type of non-slip.

I have heard of the silicone method, but my dd is two and teething and therefore many things end up in her mouth. I am not sure of toxicity levels of the silicone. Does anyone know? I heard it works great though and do plan on using it on my toggle headbands, since they are for older kids!
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