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  1. Thank you for sharing your storage technique for the huge Alabama Chanin stencils. I'm thinking a box from a mailing/packaging store that would accommodated a large flat screen TV might work for the large stencils. Right now I have mine in a makeshift craft paper envelope. I put several pieces of foam core inside to add stability. The top is folder over and secured with three large clips. Thanks agin, Joy

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  2. Hi Joy~ I like your idea of a flat screen TV box for the very large stencils. I bet that would still slide under a bed. I think I forgot to mention that I have a couple 20x26x2 wallet portfolios (from Michael's) to store my smaller stencils in. I also like your idea of using the large clips on one side so you could stand the folder or box up or hang it on a wall and still keep the stencils flat.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Patti

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  3. I believe that you meant to use the verb "elicit" meaning to evoke and not the adjective "illicit" which means not approved by law. Both words are pronounced the same so they are called homophones.

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    1. You are correct! Thank you for pointing that out to me. I did write it correctly in my handwritten cards (thank goodness); but got it wrong on my blog (and now happily corrected). Happy Holidays to you.

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