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Old 11-09-2005, 07:32 PM   #7
judylb
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Originally Posted by Sianne
Was your paper stored somewhere that may have gotten too hot?
I have it stored in a Target document box and it is never over 75. I've had it awhile (maybe a year) bought it from a stamp store going out of business. I just took a piece and dampened it and looked at it under a strong light. I could see crazing which resembled the wax resist look. It has to be the coating on the paper that is crazing but I don't understand why--the first few pieces I used worked fine. Now I have 50 sheets of glossy that will give me an instant wax resist background by just brayering ink on it, but I'm SOL if I want to do Joseph's Coat--BUMMER!!
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