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09:54 AM - 07/09/2017

The topic: I got part of one of the cards put together last night

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AND I DID IT WRONG!!!! I tried taking pieces off, but they ended up ripping the paper.

So, I put everything away and sat and pouted for a while.

This morning, I recut those pieces,. One of them I had never been happy with the color and  looking through the paper stacks I found one that would work much better. Got them all cut out and glitter sprayed, all I needed to do was wait for them to dry.

They're dry, I get my glue. I've been using Scotch Tacky glue for this. I used to love my Beacon's, but since I started pouring the glue into one of those smaller bottles with a fine time, I'm having a much easier time controlling the glue. What I'm working on needs finesse and the Beacon's is for larger pieces.

I notice the little bottle is almost empty. Go into the garage to refill it. I look in my adhesive storage box. No glue. I check the storage container. No glue.

I HAVE NO GLUE!!!  What the kind of crafter am I that I've run out of glue? And if I haven't really run out, where is it?

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lisaviolet is sixty something, married with no kids, takes care of lots of cats, likes taking photographs, loves Southern California weather and spends altogether too much time avoiding her responsibilities.

In her spare time, she makes pretty things to sell in her store.

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