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Old 05-24-2012, 06:09 AM   #1
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Default Craft Frosting/Paper Frosting

I got a free sample of Craft Frosting/Paper Frosting and I have NO idea how to use this stuff. What is it for? Any ideas?!?!

Here's a link so you can see what this stuff is.
Craft Frosting : Shoestring Productions, Home of Great Scrapbooking Kits.

PLEASE HELP!!!!

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Old 05-24-2012, 06:16 AM   #2
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I don't know, but it looks interesting.
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Gee, whiz! I even Googled "how to use craft frosting" and there was nothing! Have no idea! I can't even imagine how to use it!
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It looks like stencil paint or stencil paste.
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It's strange that there's no tutorials or samples. Did you win it from them? I see the sample pack comes with craft sticks, so I'd say you could spread it through a stencil.
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I've not heard of either products. The frosting looks like paint, but I sure don't know what the frosting paper could be. The site has a Contact Us link, so you could always ask them what these products are and how best to use them.
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Old 05-28-2012, 03:45 AM   #7
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I'm intrigued so I felt the need to look it up myself (sorry everyone, it's not like I didn't believe you when you all said there's nothing to be found when search Google). I'm mostly replying because I'm interested now.

Please keep us posted on what you find!
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It must be a thick dimensional paint. Does it smell like paint?
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Take a look at some of their layouts. They use it as "snow" or "frosting" on a cupcake. It kind of creates a 3 dimentional look. You just kind of spread it out over the part that you want to add some texture to.

By the way, I saw their kits in a booth at a CK Convention this weekend, so that's how I know..lol.
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It looks similar to the stuff you use with stencils called stencil paste. You lay the stencil down and spread the stuff over with a spatula (kind of like spackling a wall), then remove the stencil and let it dry.
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