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ItaBag ★ LoversItaBag Tips/Ideas

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  • TomoeneL killed my walletRegular Boarder
    Tomoe
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    • Il y a 4 ans
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    • California, USA (Bay Area)
    Il y a 11 mois
    I don't know if others have done this - probably! But I got a little annoyed that my charms on my itabag kept moving so vigorously despite putting double-sided tape on them, but I also wanted to keep the condition of them (and the bag) nice, so I bought velcro, put one-sided tape on the charm's back and the itabag base - put velcro halves on the back and base - and voila, my charms don't move! :D
    It's super effective when you're trying to put on more charms and don't want everything to move around like they normally would.

    Next thing I'm going to do is make a backing since I think the base is kind of flimsy and I'm getting worried about it. I didn't make a backing since I wanted to get straight to work on my itabag, but now I guess the most I can do now is to protect it :d
  • adi-mor0Regular Boarder
    adi-mor0
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    Il y a 11 mois
    Tomoe (Il y a 11 mois) #35900370I don't know if others have done this - probably! But I got a little annoyed that my charms on my itabag kept moving so vigorously despite putting double-sided tape on them, but I also wanted to keep the condition of them (and the bag) nice, so I bought velcro, put one-sided tape on the charm's back and the itabag base - put velcro halves on the back and base - and voila, my charms don't move! :D
    It's super effective when you're trying to put on more charms and don't want everything to move around like they normally would.
    Next thing I'm going to do is make a backing since I think the base is kind of flimsy and I'm getting worried about it. I didn't make a backing since I wanted to get straight to work on my itabag, but now I guess the most I can do now is to protect it :d


    Have you pinned them with safety pins before?? That's what I use for the straps and well the buttons I pin them themselves onto the backpack and they never move around. Or the backside I made for it(with fabric as the cover so I pin them through there) I pinned them from the back of the fabric so you don't see the safety pins. Hope that makes sense, or if I understood what you meant. . ; v ; /
  • Susanoo14μ'sic forever ♪♪Regular Boarder
    Susanoo14
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    • Il y a 5 ans
    • 3,190
    • Buffalo, NY, USA
    Il y a 8 mois
    Has anyone used the “magnet method” for attaching items to your itabag? I am tempted to try bc pinning is such a pain, especially when rearranging items... Guide is here: chiiigaaauuu.tu...
  • AlorenRegular Boarder
    Aloren
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    • Il y a 10 mois
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    • Canada
    Il y a 1 mois
    Does anyone have any experience with putting coasters/cards/clear files/bromides in their bag? How do you put them in and keep them in place?
  • Elise_GrimwaldGenius PuppeteerRegular Boarder
    Elise_Grimwald
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    • Il y a 4 ans
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    Il y a 1 mois
    Aloren (Il y a 1 mois) #56169235Does anyone have any experience with putting coasters/cards/clear files/bromides in their bag? How do you put them in and keep them in place?

    I haven't done it myself yet (I haven't seen any coasters I have to have), but I understand a lot of people put cards/bromides in those protector things and glue a pin to the back (if I remember right). And I think I remember reading they put coasters in vinyl pouches and glue pins to them.
    You can also DIY the vinyl pouches. I understand vinyl can be formed together by a flat iron, or can be sewn together. I think glue actually works too, but that's a bit messier.
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