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Old 01-29-2010, 12:44
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Default clippie question you line your clippies all the way around or do you leave the bottom exposed (I have double prong)

2.when you get to the back part do you follow the indentation/grove or do you just cover the back (I hope this makes sense, I saw them at gymbo and was wondering what everyone did, they also didn't cover the bottom) much do you typically charge for a plain one, or one that you made a bow.
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Old 01-29-2010, 12:49
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Default Re: clippie question

I do both fully lined and partially lined. I used to hate seeing the partially lined ones but i found it easier when my baby has ponytails to slide the partially lined clips in. I always go with the form of the clip tucked in. Plain clips $1.50.
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