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Old 10-22-04, 02:53 AM
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where to "home accessory" laminate a card.

i am now first-aid certified, but the card is a thick paper.

is there something i can buy that laminates things?
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Or just buy Scotch clear packing tape for $4 at a local store, and apply it on both sides of the card. Works for me.
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The stuff is pretty cheap and easy to come by.

Search the office supply places (or go there and ask) for laminate. (just don't ask at Home Depot or Lowe's, they will try and put it in your flooring )

http://www.officedepot.com/txtSearch...=SC&id=1407001

Or go retro, and make it a shrinky-dink
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Or just use normal 1/2" or 3/4" scotch tape, if you want to go the cheap route.
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KINKO's.....

$1.85
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Any decent stationary store should have this, and it's not very expensive - I've used it for years to laminate cards, etc. It usually comes in roughly 3" x 5" sheets, with two sheets in a package (enough to laminate 2 items front and back).
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Originally posted by marty888
Any decent stationary store should have this
Aren't all stores these days stationary? Well, I suppose there bookmobiles and whatnot.
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Originally posted by emanon
Aren't all stores these days stationary? Well, I suppose there bookmobiles and whatnot.
Depends upon whether you live in earthquake country....

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