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Old 07-10-2012, 05:34 PM   #4081
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your items look great Mary. the glass gems are so clear and bright.
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Mary did you use the E600 or whatever it is called on the magnets?
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The inspiration on this thread (and board) is amazing! Thank you to each of you who share your ideas and pics of your creations.



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Love your key fobs Mary!! They're beautiful!!
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I used mod podge to get the pebble glued to the paper. I used SU crystal effects to glue the magnet to the finished pebble. I have used gorilla glue before though - any really strong glue will work. The crystal effects is really a good glue though, its strong like super glue, but you can also use it to finish off things, covering an item with it and then its all covered and protected (not that you need that on these but on other things). Well worth buying I think.

And I followed 'someone's' instructions on this site or one of the other craft threads on putting the paper to the paper.

I took the pebble and found a spot on the designer paper that looked good with it. Then put the mod podge on the pebble (flat side!) and then put that down on the paper. Push and let it dry. After its dry is when I cut the paper down to the pebble size. I cut around it and then cut it down with my SU paper snips. Way easier than cutting the paper first and then matching it to the pebble - they aren't uniform in size and not exactly round! Plus you can move the pebble a bit on the paper to get it just right in what you want to show through. then after its cut out, adhere the magnet, and let that dry.

I went nuts with pebbles though, kind of had fun doing them and lost track on how many I did! And I still want to do Christmas ones and maybe halloween type ones as well. Oh well, I will have enough for my three sales this year and probably next year too!

But they are very fun and easy to do.
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Mary, I have never heard of gluing the pebbles down that way, but it makes so much sense! A real duh! moment for me! Thanks! Now I can't wait to get home and make some...
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Mary, I have never heard of gluing the pebbles down that way, but it makes so much sense! A real duh! moment for me! Thanks! Now I can't wait to get home and make some...

Yeah I know, that's not how I would have done it either. I think I saw it on someone's blog (if not on these threads). Kind of like a light went on in my head - that it made better sense. Go figure.
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I used mod podge to get the pebble glued to the paper. I used SU crystal effects to glue the magnet to the finished pebble. I have used gorilla glue before though - any really strong glue will work. The crystal effects is really a good glue though, its strong like super glue, but you can also use it to finish off things, covering an item with it and then its all covered and protected (not that you need that on these but on other things). Well worth buying I think.

And I followed 'someone's' instructions on this site or one of the other craft threads on putting the paper to the paper.

I took the pebble and found a spot on the designer paper that looked good with it. Then put the mod podge on the pebble (flat side!) and then put that down on the paper. Push and let it dry. After its dry is when I cut the paper down to the pebble size. I cut around it and then cut it down with my SU paper snips. Way easier than cutting the paper first and then matching it to the pebble - they aren't uniform in size and not exactly round! Plus you can move the pebble a bit on the paper to get it just right in what you want to show through. then after its cut out, adhere the magnet, and let that dry.

I went nuts with pebbles though, kind of had fun doing them and lost track on how many I did! And I still want to do Christmas ones and maybe halloween type ones as well. Oh well, I will have enough for my three sales this year and probably next year too!

But they are very fun and easy to do.
Thanks for the info. I have a bunch I bought on clearance, but havent made any yet.
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For my pebbles, I use tacky glue. Put a small blob on the back of glass, and press it down on the image while "smooshing" it a little to get air bubbles out and smooth coverage.
I roughly cut around the circle, then do an extra step of gluing it down to a solid brown paper cardstock.
After cutting closely around it, I glue it to the magnet. For the small pebbles, I use tacky glue because I use ceramic magnets on those. For my larger ones, I buy the superstrong magnets, so use E6000 to glue them on so the don't pull off.
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I had seen some where someone used silicone I think?

So the E6000 is pretty much just for the magnets?
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I had seen some where someone used silicone I think?

So the E6000 is pretty much just for the magnets?
I use the same adhesive for gluing the paper to the pebble and for attaching the magnet. I prefer E6000. I have also used silicon aquarium sealant, but I found it got cloudy over time and it stinks even worse than E6000.
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I always use Glossy Accents to adhere my paper and my magnet to the 'pebble'.
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I used mod podge to get the pebble glued to the paper. I used SU crystal effects to glue the magnet to the finished pebble. I have used gorilla glue before though - any really strong glue will work. The crystal effects is really a good glue though, its strong like super glue, but you can also use it to finish off things, covering an item with it and then its all covered and protected (not that you need that on these but on other things). Well worth buying I think.

And I followed 'someone's' instructions on this site or one of the other craft threads on putting the paper to the paper.

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I went nuts with pebbles though, kind of had fun doing them and lost track on how many I did! And I still want to do Christmas ones and maybe halloween type ones as well. Oh well, I will have enough for my three sales this year and probably next year too!

But they are very fun and easy to do.
Mary: I agree with you, I use Crystal Effects too! Love it for these things. I use it to glue the pebble to the paper, the cardstock to the back of the paper, and after it dries, use it to stick the magnet to it all. Works great!

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Yeah I love the stuff!

You need a strong adhesive for the magnets and for the paper/pebble it needs to adhere AND be clear.
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Diane...I really love your magnets made with glass gems. I have the paper, gems and glue, now I need the magnets. Where do you buy the magnets and is there a brand name or a weight. I just want to be sure the magnets will be strong enough. Thanks or all your inspiration.
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It's about that time of the year to start preparing for the holidays. I love this thread and have gotten lots of great ideas.
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It is a s-e-c-r-e-t supplier I am going to share with you all.
OK...so this is gonna be a big steal for people. Prepare yourself to get very excited if you use alot of chipboard coasters.

I am sooo cheap, which is why I won't buy the pull off stamp pads. I would much rather print and cut my own (besides they look better).

Back to the coasters.
The cheapest I could find them was for 100 at $16.00, plus shipping. So, I searched and searched and searched some more...and finally found this link!! Check it out. $25 for 1000 of the heavy weight ones; lightweight ones even cheaper. Now, I know it says plus shipping, which I would have happily paid another $25 for, but when I processed my order, the the shipping was free too.

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Now...I need to get me some of those tubes. I am gonna figure out where I can post a bulk order if it kills me. My facebook page is a good idea, but I don't want my customers knowing how much I paid for supplies to make their goodies!

I'd love to hear where you can purchase these tubes for a great price. I was just at Beverly's Fabrics & Crafts and they want over $1.50 for one. These would be great to decorate, fill and sell! I'm going to do some research too.
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OMG I went to the site above for the coasters, and I was looking at the square ones and I thought oh my goodness, did she mean she bought 25,000 for $25???????
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It has been a really long time since I logged in and checked on this thread. I am starting to think about craft shows and stocking up on journals. Has anyone seen the bound composition books on sale yet for a good price?
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I'd love to hear where you can purchase these tubes for a great price. I was just at Beverly's Fabrics & Crafts and they want over $1.50 for one. These would be great to decorate, fill and sell! I'm going to do some research too.
SKS and Majestic Mountain Sage both carry the clear tubes. SKS is cheaper if you want to buy in bulk, but you can get as few as 10 from MMS, for around $1.50 each after shipping.
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I'd love to hear where you can purchase these tubes for a great price. I was just at Beverly's Fabrics & Crafts and they want over $1.50 for one. These would be great to decorate, fill and sell! I'm going to do some research too.
It is SKS I am thinking of ordering from. I just cannot use 1000 of them myself.
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Diane...I really love your magnets made with glass gems. I have the paper, gems and glue, now I need the magnets. Where do you buy the magnets and is there a brand name or a weight. I just want to be sure the magnets will be strong enough. Thanks or all your inspiration.
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I usually buy my magnets from Sun and Moon or on ebay. I buy the super strong neo ones.
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SKS and Majestic Mountain Sage both carry the clear tubes. SKS is cheaper if you want to buy in bulk, but you can get as few as 10 from MMS, for around $1.50 each after shipping.

It seems so expensive but I guess that's why you must buy in bulk. For $1.50 each I may as well pick them up from my local craft store. There's still time left until the holidays hopefully I'll see them on sale somewhere.

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Thanks, Diane...I ordered the magnets from Sun and Moon. Now I just have to find the time to put everything together.
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For those of you who like altering the mini composition books, I found some at WalMart 3 in a pack for 88 cents, in the school supply section.
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It seems so expensive but I guess that's why you must buy in bulk. For $1.50 each I may as well pick them up from my local craft store. There's still time left until the holidays hopefully I'll see them on sale somewhere.

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Michaels sometimes has the Martha Stewart test tubes closer to Halloween. And Oriental Trading also has a Christmas test tube craft kit on sale right now for $1 plus shipping. Not as nice as the SKS tubes, but maybe a little cheaper than your local craft store, depending on how many you want. It's too bad SCS doesn't allow bulk buys any more. My kids have enough years left in elementary school to use up a case of 432 tubes, but paying for them all at once, ouch.
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Are these the smaller (softer) ones, or the taller (harder) ones?
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It seems so expensive but I guess that's why you must buy in bulk. For $1.50 each I may as well pick them up from my local craft store. There's still time left until the holidays hopefully I'll see them on sale somewhere.

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This is where I get my test tubes. I just emailed all of my crafty friends and ended up ordering 1000 tubes and 1000 stoppers. The final cost (including shipping to me in CA) was $190.25, so they were just over .19 cents per "set". I got these from Lake Charles Manufacturing and these stoppers to go with them.

These are a lot smaller than Martha Stewart, but are super cute! Here are some that were done for Halloween and here are some done with Magic Reindeer Food.
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Thanks, Diane...I ordered the magnets from Sun and Moon. Now I just have to find the time to put everything together.
Can you direct me to the ones that you bought? I want to put them on both glass pebbles and decorated clothes pins for the fridge. Any advice on what size to get? Thanks!
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Are these the smaller (softer) ones, or the taller (harder) ones?
They are the smaller ones, about 3x4.5 inches.
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Walgreen drugstore has mini comp books 5 for $1 with coupon, limit 10 good thru Saturday.
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Thanks for the heads up on Walgreens Arkie - I meant to check their ad this weekend and forgot. I'll be heading there every night after work to get some!
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Thanks for the tip about the comp books at Big Lots. Has anyone seen them at Target yet for .25? One year I lucked up at Wal-Mart and found them on clearance after school started for .10 each! I bought like 4 boxes of them!!

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