~*Amanda*~ (startigress) wrote in egl,
~*Amanda*~
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I've had a lot of people ask me how I'm able to keep the lace on my high collared clothing to stay up and not fold down. To find out my secret... My secret is Hairpins. Not bobby pins, but hairpins. You weave the hairpin through the lace and gently bend it so the lace is where you want it to be. Just leave it like that for a day or so and your lace will be exactly the way you want it. Some lace is difficult and needs to be sprayed with a little water first, but so far hairpins have always worked for me. Here are some quick pictures I took, as requested.

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  • Unreleased Items You Wish Were Released?

    I was looking through some of my old (ouch) AP catalogs and in one of them from 2014 there was this marshmallow bag pictured with the re-release of…

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