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New mouse trap note holder

Posted by huggybear_2008 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 14, 10 at 10:34

If any of you get the chance to get the copy of Lowe's Creative Ideas , check out the cute mouse trap note holder.. really cute and could really do all kinds of things with this.. someone even said use one of the big rat traps and it would be even neater.. check it out..


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RE: New mouse trap note holder

Really cute idea. Here's a link to the picture.

Here is a link that might be useful: Mouse Trap Notepad by Lowe's


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RE: New mouse trap note holder

Here is a link to a you tube video that shows the details on how to remove and re-attach the hardware. This person covered the wood part with designer scrapbook paper.

Here is a link that might be useful: mouse trap note holder


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What a cute idea! Thank you for sharing.. I will have to try to make a few..


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Very cute! Got a couple in the garage I can't use as I can't kill anything that big!LOL Might as well make use of them! Thanks! Jan


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Wouldn't it be funny to mount one on the wall with a computer mouse in it - trapped by the "tail" ? LOL


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What did she call the glue she used?


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Mouse pad

I was just telling GF about the mouse note holder & she said she thought you could have the Lowe's Creative Ideas letter sent to your e-mail. So I'll have to check it out! Jan


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I have tried several times and can't seem to get it to go through...Go figure.


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I emailed her and the glue is called Tombow Multi-Purpose Adhesive. She said that is stays tacky so you can reposition things.


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Thanks sharon...


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