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Old 06-20-2013, 10:03 PM   #1
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Default Polished Stone Technique Sealer?

What do you use? Or does it matter? There are so many products that can seal acrylics, I would like to use something I already have, like matte Multi-Medium, or Diamond Glaze, or Glossy Accents. My Polished Stone paper turned out so nice, I don't want to wreck it by experimenting.

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Not sure what would be best,but if its alcohol ink on glossy it shouldn't need sealing. But here's a thought. Do you have a scanner? If so, scan in your polished stone paper- you can print yourself as many copies as you want then, and try out different cardstocks to print on too!
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Not sure what would be best,but if its alcohol ink on glossy it shouldn't need sealing. But here's a thought. Do you have a scanner? If so, scan in your polished stone paper- you can print yourself as many copies as you want then, and try out different cardstocks to print on too!
I don't have a scanner so swiped it with Versamark, sprinkled on clear embossing powder, heated it, and now it's sealed and looks like glass only it's flexible. Your clever idea of scanning is what i will try next time. Thanks!
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