"Anna-these cards are great. I love your color schemes and how you added just a touch of color around some of the borders. Also you did a great job with those "off the page" snowflakes. Very Professional.
"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…"
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.