How do you laminate a four leaf clover? Answered

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Also what would be the best kind of lamination should i heat up or use a self sealing sheet. and would i need to press it in a book for a month or so.

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antrobus

7 years ago

my friends mom owns a craft store she said she'll laminate it for me but great answers

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Kiteman

7 years ago

I would press it first.

If you want to carry it around, why not make a feature of it?
  1. Press and dry your leaf.
  2. While it's drying, get hold of an empty pocket-watch from ebay.
  3. Cut a disc of heavy card, just the right size to fit in the watch case.
  4. Glue the leaf to the card, and fit it into the watch-case.
  5. Put the watch case on a chain or lanyard, and carry with you as required.

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rickharrisKiteman

Answer 7 years ago

Isn't a watch case a bit big for a clover leaf? A locket would more or less do.

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Kitemanrickharris

Answer 7 years ago


You know, I have no idea how big a 4-leaf clover actually is - I've never needed one.

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Kitemanrickharris

Answer 7 years ago

Just one of life's optimists.

Here I am, unemployed, yet I am actually quite content with my lot. Don't get me wrong, I'd love a job, but the lack of one is not destroying my soul.

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rickharrisKiteman

Answer 7 years ago

make the most of the creative opportunity - I have been unemployed for 2 years - well retired actually so a little different but find lots to fill my days.

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Kitemanrickharris

Answer 7 years ago

It's given me the chance to catch up on my "to do" list, and if the weather holds off for a couple of days, I'll be able to spend the next week or two working on a project that is (finally) of a scale/quality to be in with a chance of the laser...

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jediwhiz3

7 years ago

If you want to take the cheap route, press it and then take packaging tape and tpe both sides... hope that is what you meant