Trese Lopez: Great ideas! Where can you buy the hardware pieces you put on the ends of
Cybelemoon: Duct tape is soooo all purpose! LOL GREAT ideas! TFS!
scrappersdelite: I have tons of Tyvek envelopes collecting dust in my basement. This is such
a great way to use them up. I think they would also be great for binding
mini albums, too, like for creating the gusseted connectors between pages.
Scrapdillyishious: LOVE IT!! How about running the "jacked up" duct tape strap through an
embossing folder so it looks better? :) just a thought! LOVE YOUR IDEAS!!!
pamscraps: FYI, tyvek is a wrap used before home siding, if you know a handyman ask
him if he can spare a piece. The size we need is so small to ur handyman
he'll give plenty.
NicPow01: AWESOME....I received some Tyvek in a RAK and had no idea what it was never
mind what to do with it........DEF gunna give this a try now!!! TFS,
Paper Planes.... pigglet4822: Wow what a great tip.... I have duct tape laying around too... oohhh I
wonder if I can alcohol ink it..hhhmmm... I might have to test that. Kathy
I ♥ all the lil' stuff and how your creative mind never stops. Thanks Girl.
Hugs Paige ♥
phlpsfamily01: for those of us with tons of ribbon on hand, you can use ribbon also!
blackitten2: How cool is using duct tape!!!
ChapmanGriffith: When using the Tyvek how do you cover so as to hide it's bright white color
and match the color theme of your project?
ToriMichele Morris: There is a reason they call you queen... Hail queen Kathy! Lol
Dale Rose: Duck tape is a clever alternative. Thanks for the suggestion.
MzSandra2: FYI I found Tyvek at Target 3 for less than $4.00.
Donna Renee Arrington: Kathy--you rock!
fernlintner65: So Smart as always! Love love love everything you do. Deanna
manjar50: Thanks Kathy, I will have to go looking
Stephanie Collins: this is great girl. thanks for sharing!!!
crazycanookie1: Wow, what a wonderful idea using duct tape. I've been trying to figure out
what I can use for a closure for coaster albums and such. I will definity
try that. Thanks so much for sharing with us.
vakev8: Builders here wrap houses with Tyvek before applying siding...it keeps
moisture out. I checked and sure enough it's acid-free. Fantastic idea!
Many thanks! -April
Maria Diaz: Hi Kathy. Great Idea. Thank you so much for sharing. xo Maria
CravNCraftN: Thanks so much for the idea of using duct tape! I have tons of duct tape
and I'm about to experiment with alcohol inks to dress it up a bit :)
KimScrapper: You are so creative, what great ideas, I will be watching for that video.
expressionsbykimie: awesome idea!! i sooo heart this idea! tsmfs!~kimie :)
Jessica Germain: You are so creaatiive. I showed my hubby the pic of the Travel Tales
suitcase, and he actually stopped and really looked at it! (He usually says
"Nice" and moves on) But this time he said "Hmmmm that's pretty cool!" Well
done Kath! Hugs, Jessica
christina blanton: Tyvek is what they build houses with! My husband is a electrician and he
was working at a building and they had alot of it left so he bought it home
to me.I have about 10 rolls of it! If you can't find it just go to Home
Depot or Lowes!!
ArtOfCraftNZ: Thanks Kathy I found Tyvek here in New Zealand it is only 1.59 US for a 12
x 16 inch sheet which goes a long long way. I Love it, and you, for putting
me onto it. The reinforcing properties of it are fabulous. My albums are
strong (even the heavy ones) it makes straps gussets covers flowers and it
slides great for waterfall cards etc. I am having a ball experimenting with
it. It embosses magnificently. I am stamping on it with great success too.
You Rock Lady :) Dianne
yazzbling: This is why you're the "PITA QUEEN" !!! Now Home Depot will run out of duct
tape, LOL. Hugs, Yazzy in Miami