"Melanie. You make everything you do look sooooo easy. You (everyone too) made what you called a mistake, but really you would have been the only one to know, but you squealed on yourself. tsk tsk. I did receive both the…"
"Anna, great job. Love the assorted characters peeking out (almost like Halloween night) from behind the trees.
I also noticed people are commenting on how they store their Gina K. stamp sets. Well.......I started in a very large three…"
"Hello Bonnie. Thank you so much for looking and commenting on my peekaboo card. It wasn't my idea. It was actually a CASE of a CASE of a CASE. We were playing a little game over at the Kit addicts group."
"Joyce--Kinda, Sorta will be my response. When I first log in I go to the top of the page and hit groups, then click on Stamp TV Addicts and the latest discussion should start almost right off--skipping the stamp kit stuff? Now when Lee…"
"Boy all you girls sound like computerites. I am really having a difficult time trying to figure out how to get to the last comments made for Friday Fun or Stamp TV addicts. Do I have to click on each persons place to see their samples or…"
"Lede, do I dare ask to see a photo of your room today? Let's see, your earlier photos were sometime in July--It is now the end of October. I know what would happen to my room in that short a time. Yikes is what my husband…"
Hello Bonnie. Thank you so much for looking and commenting on my peekaboo card. It wasn't my idea. It was actually a CASE of a CASE of a CASE. We were playing a little game over at the Kit addicts group.
I'm glad you liked that card. About that metal tape: remember, I stuck it to cardstock, so it does quite well in the mail. I always cover my card fronts with a piece of cardstock (cheap stuff works), then the Post Office can't feel any small "lumps", and it helps preserve the card, I think. No complaints as yet.
So, the answer would be that it does as well as any cardstock that has been put through an EF. Hope that helps.