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    Does anyone have one? The ones that do the plastic binding. I saw one being used on a scrapbooking show and thought that would be cool to have to make gifts. I found one on ebay for as low as $23 (shipping $9). Is anyone familiar w/ them in their local craft store and how much they'd be?? Thanks!
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    I think 23 would be a great price for it! I don't have one, but a friend of mine does and she seems to like hers'.
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    I've never heard of this, what does it do? I can't picture it lol

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    I think the machine you are referring to is called a Bind-It-All. It runs about $60...plus coils.

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    http://cgi.ebay.com/COMB-BINDER-BOOK...713.m153.l1262

    This is the machine I found on ebay....
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    I don't have one but I wonder how it is in comparison to the Bind it all (which I also don't have)

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    I was thinking of the Bind it All too. I don't have it.
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    i personally would go with the bind it all since that can do books, cardboard, paper, metal etc etc etc

    i've heard great things about them...

    on www.twopeasinabucket.com they talk about binding machines in a few tutorials and projects etc
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    Thanks Brittany for all the info! I'll have to check out the Bind It All now!
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    Ok, now after watching half the "informercial", I want one! LMAO! I guess I'll just have to ask it for x-mas now! LOL Boy, my x-mas list is super easy this year! HAHA
    ~Aja~
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