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Old 04-02-2009, 01:52
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The thermo web (I had 1/4 inch) works really well for lining clips. It can be pulled off, if you really try. I will continue to use it though.

It does NOT work well to adhere embellishments to the ribbon. You can pull it right off! So I will continue using hot glue, or jewelers glue for that.

I'm more concerned with a toddler pulling off the embellishment than pulling off the ribbon...So that's why I will still use it to line the clips.

Hope that helps!!

I would like to try the sealah tape at some point, but right now its just too expensive for me.
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The thermo web (I had 1/4 inch) works really well for lining clips. It can be pulled off, if you really try. I will continue to use it though.

It does NOT work well to adhere embellishments to the ribbon. You can pull it right off! So I will continue using hot glue, or jewelers glue for that.

I'm more concerned with a toddler pulling off the embellishment than pulling off the ribbon...So that's why I will still use it to line the clips.

Hope that helps!!

I would like to try the sealah tape at some point, but right now its just too expensive for me.
Thanks for the tip~I will have to try using the thermoweb to line clippies. Thanks for sharing the tips!!!
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Default Re: my review of thermo web

the thermo web i had didnt stay on the clippie. maybe it was old or something.
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Old 04-02-2009, 08:43
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the thermo web i had didnt stay on the clippie. maybe it was old or something.
You mean the web itself or the ribbon? That's strange! Actually, it was your post about your mom finding some for you that made me run out and get it!

Therm O Web - Therm O Web - General Crafts - Tape & Sheets - PeelnStick - Non Washable This is what I was using.

There was this too...I might try it next.
Therm O Web - Therm O Web - Scrapbooking & Cards - Tape & Sheets - SuperTape - Strong Adhesive
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