Homemade Pop Dots!

I found a great tip for homemade pop dots this weekend and posted it on my
website. Anyone want to find out how to make them check it out! I can't
believe I didn't think of this on my own!
Jen
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ps. under "Get organized" and then paper storage, there is step by step
instructions of making your own paper shelving for 12 x 12 paper.
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Jennifer
I can't believe I didn't think of this either. What a duh moment. And I use the foam to make shadow boxes and glue the pieces together. I could have been just running it through the Xyron all this time...... Thanks, Jennifer.
Sandy
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Sandy
Lynne, I finally found it under the "great little tips" section and go to the last page. Interesting Idea Jen!! TFS!
Linda
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Linda C
Sorry I didn't give directions to where it was on my site! As my daughter would say..... "Oooopsie!"
Jen
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Jennifer
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Cool ideas! Love it! Also really love your layout of Kamryn with the floral paper cut into rounded squares in the background as a mosaic effect. Totally stealing that idea some day!
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Luna
I had read somewhere that if you cut foil w/scissor it will sharpen them. wonder if that would work w/punches.
Tam
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Tammy
I have tried that and it worked a little but I have found that the thing that works THE BEST is sandpaper.
Jen
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Jennifer
That's cool. I'll have to reread the instructions with some foam in my hand. I didn't quite understand it the first time around. I'm such a visual learner! LOL I wonder if the cost doing it that way is much different than buying them?
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Deb in AR
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Just wanted to say, the wire storage idea inspired me to totally redo my whole room. I used to have my paper in these plastic trays on my book shelves, but I was running out of room. So I made the wire rack tower like on your website, but of course I have nowhere to put it in my tiny bedroom in my apartment. So, I moved the book shelves to the living room, took my dresser out of the closet and put it where the shelves were, and I'm creating a craft area in the closet! Yay! Now I need a wall mounted shelf in there for boxes (I have some shelves but they're too high) and a new dresser because mine is soooo ugly and I hate having it out where people can see it.
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Luna
I did this same very thing. I had 3 of the cubes already purchased in my sewing room I was no longer using. So I took the ties and made my own paper rack to store my paper. But thanks for sharing the link.
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soshy
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Dug up this post so I could let you know I used your paper storage idea! Here's pics of my newly organized craft closet:
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Yay! Even though it's just a closet, it's so much better than putting that folding table out next to my bed every time I want to craft, and then having to move it or maneuver around it to get in and out of my room.
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Luna

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