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    Senior Member Tickled Pink CB's Avatar
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    Flat Iron for Heat Sealing

    I saw this method mentioned somewhere a while back but cannot find the tread anywhere. As much as I would love to have a heat sealer, I can't spend any more money right now, at least this month!

    Also, can you still tie a ribbon once it is heat sealed? I read through all the threads on heat sealing and came out a little confused.

    If any of you use a flat iron to heat seal, I'd love to hear how it works. I have a Chi and it gets pretty hot.

    Thanks!
    Lindsey

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    it sure would justify the cost of my daugter $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ chi LOL

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    Senior Member Tickled Pink CB's Avatar
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    Well I bought the Chi a long time ago and don't use it now! If it were between the two now the heat sealer would win hands down!
    Lindsey

    Tickled Pink Cookie Boutique
    (formerly known as Cookie Queen of Alabama)


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