Can I use these in scrapbooking?

mariendMarch 21, 2010

Went to a quilt show yesterday, and since I don't quilt do look for other things for scrapbooking and other projects I do. I found some of those shinny iron on flowers, etc that you put on sweats/tee shirts and for a quarter bought a bunch.

My question--can I iron them on paper, carefully? Will they stick? They are bits and pieces, flower, leaves etc, some larger than others, but if I can glue/iron them on, can cut them down.

Any ideas would be helpful.



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Hi Marie! Were you at the Minot quilt show???

I came in Saturday; a woman at the help desk near the tea room asked "Carol S...."? (She saw my name tag.) "Someone" is looking for you."

First, I asked if that "someone" had a warrant. You should have seen the look she gave me. LOL Then I asked if she took a name or message; she didn't. I spent the rest of the day walking around trying to look "obvious." I told her if the person came back to tell her I was wearing a white sweatshirt and I'd be in the Maple Room for a lecture.

Was it you? Did you attend Mr. Lipinski's talk at the dinner?

    Bookmark   March 22, 2010 at 1:00AM
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