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  • grassdancer06
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  • Zi-Sunka
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    Gorilla glue works very well too, its easy to use on felt and is very hard to come off

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  • DancersMom
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    Thanks

    Thanks for the help I am going to work on them soon so they will be done for the Chilliwack pow wow. Looking forward to seening what is new this year and already planning a jingle and another fancy. A person could just keepsewing forever.

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  • Blackbear
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    e-6000 and let it form a "lip" around the edges if possible, but not too thick.

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  • smokinitup
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    Glue works for me!!!!

    I like to use glue,~ crazy glue and a hot glue gun, that seems to work for me. I also let the glue dry with a book on top to add a bit of weight.

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  • Tlinkamoe
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    The following products have been effective for me.

    jewel and glitter glue found at my favorite places... Hobby Lobby or Walmart. Also E6000. Both work very good.

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  • DancersMom
    started a topic Attaching Mirrors

    Attaching Mirrors

    I would like some in help on attaching mirrors on to hair ties and other things. I don't want them to fall off. I will be putting the mirror in the center and beading around the mirror. Any info or suggestions would be great.

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