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Old 05-09-2011, 06:32 AM   #401
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Hello everyone, yes i am in the UK.No nails is a tube of paste that you use for DIY instead of............haha..............nails! You usually have to buy a gun to attach the tube to, which has a trigger for you to squeeze out the paste.I get my hubby to squeeze some into an airtight jar and it keeps very well in that, and i can just scoop some out when i want to.I lay the stencil down, and carefully scrape the paste across in a nice even smooth layer, then carefully lift the stencil and leave to dry .When it's dry it is very lightweight, and sort of rubbery.You can heat emboss it ( be careful it gets hot) or paint it, and glue to card or whatever.I bought a sheet of die cut swirls, and when i had used them all i used the 'blank' sheet that was left to make my own swirls..I hope you can all understand this.If you have any more questions ,please ask.Hugs to all who need them.Rosie.xx
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Does it dry clear Rosie or more like the opaque silicone sealant you'd use round a bath tub or shower base?
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My DH used something called Liquid Nails fro additional security when he hung up some paneling. Here's a link:

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Can you post a picture of something you have made with the "no nails" ? thanks
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Hello, no it dries white like soft rubber, and is easily coloured,i will try and do a photo tomorrow for you to see what it's like painted and unpainted.also heat embossed.Night all, hugs .Rosie.xx
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Hello, no it dries white like soft rubber, and is easily coloured,i will try and do a photo tomorrow for you to see what it's like painted and unpainted.also heat embossed.Night all, hugs .Rosie.xx
Now I know I'm too tired to be reading threads. I had to read this twice; I thought you said @#$* no! instead of hello no.
I look forward to seeing the pictures tomorrow when I'm awake and alert again!
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Ah, I get it. I really did think it was for fingernails. ! I think my DH might use that at work. Hmmmm, something else to harass him for. ! Thanks for telling us. I would have been in Dollar Tree this weekend looking for No Nails in the manicure section. !
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Now I know I'm too tired to be reading threads. I had to read this twice; I thought you said @#$* no! instead of hello no.
I look forward to seeing the pictures tomorrow when I'm awake and alert again!
Me, too, mamaxsix! It's past my bedtime also.
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Ah, I get it. I really did think it was for fingernails. ! I think my DH might use that at work. Hmmmm, something else to harass him for. ! Thanks for telling us. I would have been in Dollar Tree this weekend looking for No Nails in the manicure section. !
I thought it was fingernails too ha ha, I have used latex caulking for the samw thing, you can get it in the tube of in a container for a caulking gun. I go with the white paintable stuff
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I can't imagine what the shopgirl would have said, had you gone to the manicure section looking for no nails!!!!:I will now endeaver to upload some pics as promised.hugs Rosie.x
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help??? how do i attach the photos? please!!xxrosiex
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Hit reply and type your message in the text box as usual. Now scroll down a little and underneath the icons and the submit reply button you'll see additional options. Hit manage attachments; a screen will come up to allow you to upload from your computer; hit browse then attach the photo you want. Then return and hit submit reply. Hope that works! Gail
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Hi Mama thanks so much, i am a bit of a dunce when it comes to computers!!hugs Rosie.x the pic on the left is the blank remains from some chipboard shapes.which i used as a stencil.centre is some of the shapes( sorry not a good photo), and on the right are a silver and a lilac shape that has been heat embossed.
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I've always loved those epoxy stickers that are bendy/flexible--so I was thrilled when I figured out how to make my own. They can even be stored until ready to use. Simple to do with a clear gloss medium. I've taught this technique several years in my classes, but I finally I just finished a tutorial for it, with pictures.

LoveLee Notes: Sip n' Tip Tuesday - Epoxy Embellies & Chai Recipe

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Ooh that sounds very interesting i shall have to have a look -see!
Thanks Hevnlee2.hugs Rosie.x
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PS. Hevnlee,those i made are as light as a feather and very flexible too.xx
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Something I don't think has been mentioned here is making your own Dew Drops using hot glue. You just make little drops onto a nonstick surface, like a Silpat or craft sheet. With all the colors (and glitters, too) of hot glue you can find, you can make colors, or you can color them with markers, etc. Different glues will give you different looks.

Also, you can make your own glue dots, by putting drops of Aleene's Tack It Over And Over onto a nonstick surface (I save the paper that real glue dots come on, and use that, or the tape after my glue runner runs out). These are truly cheap and work just fine. When I use the tape runner, I hang strips up, after the dots dry, on my closet door, which is right next to my craft desk. Easy to reach. These may be sticky to handle, but I lift them off with a needle or long pin, and position them on my paper with the pin. I read about making them here on SCS somewhere.
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I've always loved those epoxy stickers that are bendy/flexible--so I was thrilled when I figured out how to make my own. They can even be stored until ready to use. Simple to do with a clear gloss medium. I've taught this technique several years in my classes, but I finally I just finished a tutorial for it, with pictures.

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I thought it was fingernails too ha ha, I have used latex caulking for the samw thing, you can get it in the tube of in a container for a caulking gun. I go with the white paintable stuff
I have some latex caulking! Thanks for the tip. It's actually next to me. My DH needs to fix the shower, lol. I will steal what there is left.
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Ha, ha! That is too funny that you would think that "No nails" would be in the manicure section!!
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This isn't EXACTLY making do, but I did stretch a purchase out. I noticed that on a couple of packages of ephemera in my stash the back of the package had tiny images of the items inside. I cut them out to use on cards, I think they'll look really cute, and they were free "with purchase".

I love the look of some antique pocket watches - 3D embellishments - from Jolee's that are $4 for a package of 4 pieces. I have a stamp of a pocket watch that I heat embossed then used Glossy Accents to make the watch "crystal", and then cut out and used on a card. It looked pretty good, but I used black ep, next time I'll try gold.
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This isn't EXACTLY making do, but I did stretch a purchase out. I noticed that on a couple of packages of ephemera in my stash the back of the package had tiny images of the items inside. I cut them out to use on cards, I think they'll look really cute, and they were free "with purchase".
I cut up packages constantly. My family knows just to lay down all that recyclable trash on my desk, lol. I have gotten some beautiful photos, backgrounders, papers, acetate, chipboard, glossy paper and other miscellany from cutting up packages. I hardly buy pattern paper any more since I recycle everything.
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Ooh i do the same! i have to confess, that the box i get my panty liners in, is a beautiful shiny metallic shade of lilac, and it makes beautiful die cuts!!!
By the way i have experimented with the no-nails today,i have coulored it with some mauve paint coloriser,which has resulted in a nice shade of lilac.I will let you know if doing this has any effect on the finished product.
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This isn't EXACTLY making do, but I did stretch a purchase out. I noticed that on a couple of packages of ephemera in my stash the back of the package had tiny images of the items inside. I cut them out to use on cards, I think they'll look really cute, and they were free "with purchase".

I love the look of some antique pocket watches - 3D embellishments - from Jolee's that are $4 for a package of 4 pieces. I have a stamp of a pocket watch that I heat embossed then used Glossy Accents to make the watch "crystal", and then cut out and used on a card. It looked pretty good, but I used black ep, next time I'll try gold.
Diane, i do the same with little printouts of shoes etc, for ladies cards.they look lovely when done with glossy accents.x
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I often punch shapes out of the old Christmas cards- I've gotten some gorgeous bits to use on my handmade cards from the commercial ones I've been sent. I love the metallic and glittery stuff.
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I do that too, seems us crafters all think alike!!!
My family laugh at me when i am watching them open gifts ,just waiting to grab the paper and ribbons before they bin them!!
When my hubby calls me a 'TOTTER' i tell him ,i am saving money!
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Ooh i do the same! i have to confess, that the box i get my panty liners in, is a beautiful shiny metallic shade of lilac, and it makes beautiful die cuts!!!
By the way i have experimented with the no-nails today,i have coulored it with some mauve paint coloriser,which has resulted in a nice shade of lilac.I will let you know if doing this has any effect on the finished product.
Hugs to all who may need them, Rosie.x
Never have done that--how cool! But I have used tissue boxes for all sorts of things--backgrounds, punch outs/die cuts, "shields" for highly embellished cards to mail...ever notice how truly beautiful some of them are?
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Hi Jeanne, well i think tissue boxes here in the UK are not as pretty as i would like! hope yours are better than ours! I tend to look at the packaging of childrens toys in a speculative way these days too! hugs Rosie.x
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I love using tissue/Kleenex boxes. I'm gonna try to upload a picture of what I made using parts of one box. But in case that doesn't work, here's the link.

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Lovelee, had a look at your place .left a comment,it goes under the name Christopher, but it's really ME!!! HAHA no i am not a male admirer,it just so happens my hubby's name is on the google acc. Your cards are awesome! much better than me , i must say, maybe i will imrove when i find the elusive tissue boxes!hugs Rosie.x
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Ha ha...Rosie, that is sweet but I'm sure your cards are great. I got a laugh, My hubby is Chris too! Glad you enjoyed the tissue box ideas. PM me your email address and I'll send you some cut tissue box panels for you tom play with.

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I love this thread! I recycle everything (or at least DH thinks so)! LOL I recently diecut some butterflies out of creacker/cereal boxes, added acost of black gesso, three coats of black UTEE, then Perfect Pearls, re-heat & stamped.
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Those are really pretty! What did you use for the antenae?
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Aw Hevnlee,that is so kind of you. but how do i send you my addy?
Iam vics, those butterflies are gorgeous! Butterflies are my most favourite thing.
no one would ever know they started life as cereal boxes, you are very clever.x
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By the way everyone who may be interested,the experiment with the coloriser and the 'no nails' worked perfectly.Using the colouriser,didn't affect the the setting in any way .x
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If you click on a username, you will get a little menu that includes "send a private message". That will let you send a message to Hevnlee that only she can see. HTH!
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iamvics- I love your butterflies. They are absolutely stunning.
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Hi Joanne, thanks for that.I am new so don't know my way around yet, add to that,i am a bit daft!!lol.hugs rosie.x
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Thanks! I used some wire for the antennae. Cut pieces about two inches long, folded in half & curled the ends. I used a dab of Glossy Accents to adhere them to the back of the butterfly.

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