Username Post: Couldn't resist this at Ms today...        (Topic#1569253)
Vintageivy
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Vintageivy

I was browsing around Ms and saw this "ribbon." I just loved the little container it was in. I'm not quite sure how I will use it on layouts but it looked so darn fun! Any ideas? Have any of you used it on layouts?


 
siameseplease
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In response to Vintageivy

I haven't used it; I had it and it disappeared! But if you click on the link above (below your post), it will take you to the product page. Scroll down the product page and you can see projects made with it. As of right now, it says there's 541!


 
aquabunny
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Yep, I love it!

"Stocking Project" Mini-Album - Pages 2 and 3 By Aquabunny

"Stocking Project" Mini-Album - Pages 6 and 7 By Aquabunny

Rabbit Defined By Aquabunny

Scraproom Wall Art #2 By Aquabunny


 
MrsAnnieS
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In response to aquabunny

I love the filmstrip ribbon! I'm on my third tin of it-it is fabulous with mini albums and full page LOs-it makes a great little accent piece


 
Henri Jean
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Henri Jean
In response to MrsAnnieS

Adorable ribbon!


 
Solitaire
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In response to Henri Jean

This ribbon looks like it's made of acetate or whatever they use for film.

Could this "ribbon" actually be a blank film strip discarded by film companies like Kodak? It came in those canisters. Maybe they have too much of this item since most people are now using video camcorders instead of movie cameras, and someone figured out a way to use up the extra inventory. If not, then it's just a clever idea.


 
Vintageivy
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Vintageivy
In response to siameseplease

Thanks...I'll check that out!


 
Vintageivy
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Vintageivy
In response to aquabunny

Love how you used the ribbon! That mini-album is awesome! Thanks for sharing!


 
950nancy
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In response to Vintageivy

It is tiny and several feet long. It is also acid free. It isn't the old stuff.


 
kiyawinn
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In response to 950nancy

Too small to be real film, the middle of real film is not clear like that...definitely produced today as an embellishment.......I love it and want some now, though....
Alison


 
aquabunny
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aquabunny
In response to kiyawinn

Yes, it is acetate (or similar), and about half an inch wide.


 
prittb
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In response to aquabunny

I have it but have not used it!!


 
Megan - ForumTech
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Megan - ForumTech
In response to prittb

Love this stuff! Especially with the tiny attacher!


 
dwelch
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In response to Megan - ForumTech

Oh that's adorable! Now I have a mission.


 
GemGirl
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In response to Vintageivy

I had to have it, too! Used it in this mini:

[image] Holtz Mini 2 By GemGirl[/image]

The left side is left unattached so the tags can be tucked under. It was a little tricky to adhere; wound up using Glossy Accents & laying a heavy book on it to dry.


 
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