Paper Mache & Chipboard Letters
May 24, 2017

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Leslie (posted 9 months 18 days ago)
Paulette the plastic tabs are called Hang Tabs. I have used them in several places that I have worked. For the longest time I didn't know what they were either.
Pat (posted 9 months 26 days ago)
Love what you did with those letters. Was thinking those would be great for the kids I help with their reading. They would love those! Good techniques and helpers on how to cover them.
Wendy Helzer (posted 9 months 28 days ago)
I used to do something similar to what Paulette & Gail did to the letters. I covered my letters in quilt batting, fabric, ruffles, buttons, flowers, and assorted trims. I intend to make these again with the chipboard letters. Thanks ladies for bringing us new ways to update our out of date crafts.
Diane Lynne C (posted 10 months 1 day ago)
Lovely Letters. I have the Botanical Etchings papers and now that I know they are no longer available, I just might be hording them. The Frenzy Flower stamps and dies, I use ALL the time. Love them.
Lonnie (posted 10 months 1 day ago)
I used the Family Ties paper on the paper mache letters to spell HOME and just love it.
Sharon Perehudoff (posted 10 months 1 day ago)
Thanks so much for another wonderful webisode Paulette and Gail. Will have to get some letters soon so I can give it a try. Really enjoy watching and learning new ideals. Keep up the wonderful work you all do at paperwishes. Do love the knew look at your studio sure awesome.
Gloria Taylor (posted 10 months 1 day ago)
Wow, what great ideas for making letters more presentable when they are being hung up!
Elise (posted 10 months 2 days ago)
I love the variety of techniques on the letters. Each one becomes so unique and special! Another great Webisode with lots of ideas and products.
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