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Old 07-12-2013, 01:52 PM   #1
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I have received the beautiful May 2012 kit of the month club from you as a gift. I love it but in inspecting it i see a package of tranparencies. I have no idea how to use these. Can you give me some hints, tips? Some of them have a coating on the back, is this just a protection feature? How do i adhere these? Thank you for any suggestions
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Hi I am so glad you like the kit !

We have galleries on our blog where we encourage everyone who creates using the kits to upload what they have made so that others may see your work and be inspired.

You can see all the Card Kit galleries HERE.
The May 2012 one is HERE

There is a protective film on the back of the transparencies that needs to be removed, you can use glossy accents or any clear glue to adhere them to your project. Kool Tac dimensional adhesive is also transparent and is a good alternative.

Please upload your creations to our gallery too, we would love to see them.

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Hi I am so glad you like the kit !

We have galleries on our blog where we encourage everyone who creates using the kits to upload what they have made so that others may see your work and be inspired.

You can see all the Card Kit galleries HERE.
The May 2012 one is HERE

There is a protective film on the back of the transparencies that needs to be removed, you can use glossy accents or any clear glue to adhere them to your project. Kool Tac dimensional adhesive is also transparent and is a good alternative.

Please upload your creations to our gallery too, we would love to see them.

Happy Crafting
Thank you. And i went ahead and tried them Using mono adhesive and it did work great. So excited to start creating with this kit. I made two cards last eveing. I will post them in the gallery also. Thanks again for the beautiful gift.
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