When I purchased a cute little cabinet with a missing mirror from a yard sale,
I just knew the blank in the middle needed something. Something. But what?
When I discovered Bonnye Manning's Brownbagging technique, I decided to play
around with her initial instructions, though not altering her advice for the
required materials, and had a little fun.
Required materials for Bonnye's traditional Brownbagging are as follows:
Scotch Paint brand Draw Tite (Clear No Run formula, not white)
Using a handy dandy Boston 2612 cutter, I spent a bit of time cutting rosin paper into
1" strips, about 11" long only because that is the length of my cutter.
You can use scissors, but these cutters are not only handy, but will save you a lot of time.
This cutter was purchased from a yard sale years ago, and I love it!
*TIP FOR LATER* Bonnye stresses that it is important to paste the underside of the paper,
meaning that if you cut a piece of paper from the roll and lay it on the counter, it will
either roll up or roll under depending on how you lay it. The underside, the curvy part,
is where you will put the GH-34.