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Old 12-11-2009, 11:08 AM
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You can also sprinkle glitter into the glue and re-inker before pressing on the tissue paper. I've seen this demo at conventions and it comes out really pretty. Thanks for the reminder Deb!!
Oh neat idea! maybe concentrate on the hummingbird and make it the focal point as they are so beautiful.....
Lol...boy don't you wish we all had a tag to play with and share...rotflol Just imagine the cool and different possibilities that would come from it!
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Old 12-11-2009, 05:02 PM
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I like to stamp on acetate and put it thru my Xyron. Then I 'paint' on the back with Peal Ex.
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That's really beautiful. I would love to buy one. Can you tell me who the vendor is? Thanks. I would do a search for it but I have no idea what to put in the search box. Would that be considered a transparancy?
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That's really beautiful. I would love to buy one. Can you tell me who the vendor is? Thanks. I would do a search for it but I have no idea what to put in the search box. Would that be considered a transparancy?
It's from Prickley Pear Stamps. Yes, it is under Transparencies, of which they have a category. Here's the link:

Hollyhocks Nectar

I sure hope you share your finished product!
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Old 12-24-2009, 06:05 AM
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Thank you so much !! Happy Holidays!!
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You are so welcome! Merry Christmas, Happy Hanakuh and Happy Kwanzaa!
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Remember you could also use this lovely image on a scrapbook page or in a frame for display once you have finished altering it

Mod Podge is another medium that would work on the back of it. You could add pieces of tissue or cellophane painted between layers of Mod Podge, and really get a textured effect with this.
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Old 12-26-2009, 06:06 AM
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Thanks. That sounds great. I saw a few other transparencies which were very pretty. I intend to order and "play". Now that the Christmas craziness is over I'll have a little more time.
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