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    Ultimate Super Star Hanging with the Chicks! nicoleseitler's Avatar
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    Comp books - do you rip off the cover?

    A long time ago, I had heard that you should rip off the glossy stuff to get to the cardboard underneath. Do any of you bother to do this? Or will Modge Podge do the trick without it? :nail:
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    It IS as bad as you think, and they ARE out to get you. Hanging with the Chicks! YvetteSanders's Avatar
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    I don't rip them off, I do sand them to rough them up though!

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    Yeah, I was going to say just rough it up with sand paper and it will stick great!


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    Ultimate Super Star Hanging with the Chicks! nicoleseitler's Avatar
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    Ooo! Great idea! Thanks!
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    i *heart* hybrid! Hanging with the Chicks! jjstar's Avatar
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    The last round of these that I did I used the avery full sheet labels and then just covered them with mod podge. That seems to help quite a bit. Have fun!!
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    Ultimate Super Star Hanging with the Chicks! nicoleseitler's Avatar
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    Thanks, Jill! I have a journaling book (a journal before you scrap it) sort of notebook that I want to cover, but I hate the ripping process.
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    I like the avery label sheet idea Maybe I will try this!

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