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Old 12-12-2014, 05:07 PM   #1  
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Hello everyone, Has anyone seen this and try it? What do you think of it? Would any double side ahevie work? What is the set and heart dry powder glue? She is talking about? Is new from stampin'up? Or where can I get it? And diamond dazzle glitter from stampin'up has anyone else tried other glitter too? Did it work? Thanks hotwheels
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Heat and Stick powder is on page 213 of the Stampin'Up! catalog, along with the embossing powders. Basically, you apply it just like you would embossing powder, but when you heat it, it becomes tacky and glitter sticks really well to it. Then you re-heat it to set the glitter. Dazzling Diamonds is on the same page, and is just a fine glitter. I would think that any fine glitter would work. Be sure not to overheat the Heat and Stick initially, though, or it gets hard and nothing sticks to it.

As far as the adhesive to stick the napkin to the cardstock, any adhesive that would give you nice, even coverage without lumps or bumps should work - glue stick, spray, or the "transfer adhesive sheets" on page 204 of the catalog. I've also used cling wrap from my kitchen to iron a napkin onto cardstock.
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I love the heat and stick. I did a whole pile of embellishments and buttons that I had that were boring and plain. Got out the glitters, versamark ink pad and heat and stick and a pair of tweezers and off I went. Ended up with lots of beautiful sparkly embellishments. Now to try his technique, looks brilliant.
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I'm going uptown and buy napkins! I've done something similar to this before. I used a glue stick as the adhesive and it works perfectly. I think I have at least one tub of heat and stick powder from stampin up and I have several tubs of dazzling diamonds.
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can you buy heat and stick powder by different name? Some where else like Hobby Lobby or Micheals ? Or Joanns If so what what called?
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Would the Ranger sticky embossing powder work? It says it adheres glitters, foils and flocking. If so, one of the local craft stores may carry that. Perhaps someone who has used it would know if it would work for this project.
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There's a little information here:

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I could not find napkins in the stores close by so I had to settle on a fall napkin my mom had, just to try it. It is so much prettier in real life than in the pictures. I only made a 4x4 square piece just to try it. When I find prettier napkins, Im making more!
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I personally haven't done it. I did see a video a long time ago with someone using a xyron adhesive I think it was the 510 she used. If it's in my youtube history, it's a long long time ago. I don't know if I could find it, but I'm sure that you could use the xyron if you have it.
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Muscrat , Kathy its beautiful!
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Would the Ranger sticky embossing powder work? It says it adheres glitters, foils and flocking. If so, one of the local craft stores may carry that. Perhaps someone who has used it would know if it would work for this project.
Yes it will. I have Judikins and have been pleased with the product.
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I will definitely try this technique.
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Heat and Stick powder is on page 213 of the Stampin'Up! catalog, along with the embossing powders. Basically, you apply it just like you would embossing powder, but when you heat it, it becomes tacky and glitter sticks really well to it. Then you re-heat it to set the glitter. Dazzling Diamonds is on the same page, and is just a fine glitter. I would think that any fine glitter would work. Be sure not to overheat the Heat and Stick initially, though, or it gets hard and nothing sticks to it.

As far as the adhesive to stick the napkin to the cardstock, any adhesive that would give you nice, even coverage without lumps or bumps should work - glue stick, spray, or the "transfer adhesive sheets" on page 204 of the catalog. I've also used cling wrap from my kitchen to iron a napkin onto cardstock.
How did you use cling wrap?
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[QUOTE=hotwheels;20838774]Hello everyone, Has anyone seen this and try it? What do you think of it? [/QUOTE] This is beautiful - thanks so much for sharing :) I will definitely give this a try !
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Here is a you tube demo on the cling wrap technique;
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My hardest problem is finding napkins worthy of the time! I went to a fancy restaurant because they have lots of gift items. They had many packs but nothing I'd like to use. Plus...they wanted $5.99 for one small pack of napkins!
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Yes it will. I have Judikins and have been pleased with the product.
Thanks! I may have seen the Ranger's Tacky EP at Michael's. Wondered what it was used for. Would like to try this technique... very pretty.
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I've found napkins at Joanns, usually after the season on markdown. Discounters like Tuesday Morning or Ollies are another place to check.
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I totally forgot About JoAnn's! I got pretty napkins on sale there last year!! Thanks!
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My hardest problem is finding napkins worthy of the time! I went to a fancy restaurant because they have lots of gift items. They had many packs but nothing I'd like to use. Plus...they wanted $5.99 for one small pack of napkins!
The girl that made the video said that she got her napkins at the dollar store. I know that I've seen quite a few seasonal napkins there at various times that I've been in for other things. Maybe check that out...?
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How did you use cling wrap?
Basically, it's the same idea as fusible webbing used with fabric. You just put the cling wrap (or dry cleaner bags work well) between the napkin and the cardstock and iron it to fuse them together. I used a sheet of copy paper under the project to protect my ironing board and another one over it to protect my iron - just in case there was excess plastic... Thinner plastic works better than thicker in this instance. Lydia (Understand Blue) did a tutorial for it, called Felted Cardstock.

You can also use freezer paper, as outlined in TLC192 from 2008.
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I checked our dollar general but not the dollar tree and I was just near there today! Rats. Thanks. I will check there too!
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It turn great we not try yet because more supplies first. Me and mom said it look better in person. Mom like it before the lady put the glitter on it. Can you make without the dazzle diamond on?

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It turn great we not try yet because more supplies first. Me and mom said it look better in person. Mom like it before the lady put the glitter on it. Can you make without the dazzle diamond on?
You can make it without glitter, but it turns out gorgeous with the glitter.it doesn't look as pretty in the pictures but it is so pretty in person!
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I might both ways Later. got to supplies first!




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instead heart and bond has anyone versamark pad yet?
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You use the versamark to hold the heat and stick powder on. Then you melt it witht he heat tool. Then you add the glitter and heat again. I don't think versamark alone will work.
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I was wondering if the versamark could take the place of heat and stick powder from stampin'up? Or what every the other companies called that stuffed? Than add at gritter awhile still hot or what? thanks hotwheels


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No. You need some type of glue hence the need for Heat and Stick or similar products. You could use a slower drying wet glue though.
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No. It won't hold the glitter the same way. With the heat and stick powder, itmelts, then you put the glitter on and heat again and the glitter melts into the glue and stays there so you don't keep flaking the glitter off.
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Oh, I love this technique! My friend and I have probably several hundred napkins each! (She has a real problem!) Anyway, I use the dreamweaver double sided mounting paper, versamark and then su's irridescent ice embossing powder. They turn out so pretty!
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So, an FYI for those that have a Tuesday Morning near them. If you're interested in trying this technique, Tuesday Morning has an unbelievable wide variety of styles and designs in paper napkins that can be used on this technique. I almost grabbed some. I saw some that had multiple designs so this technique could be use as smaller blocks and would look great. I amy go to another tomorrow and pick up 1 pack just to give the technique a shot.
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It would work if you use a glittery embossing powder instead of straight glitter. But your final product will have less glitter overall. Versamark will not hold just glitter.
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Ok. I can now speak from experience. It absolutely does NOT work with just Versamark and glitter. The microfine glitter clumps up and looks like a powdery mess. I even tried to "dry" the Versamark to see if out helped. Just no...a thousand times no.

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From what I understand, Versamark is pretty much just glycerin. ZERO holding power of any kind - just makes a "watermark" and stays sticky long enough for powders to hold until you melt them. The longer drying time is why it's used for embossing, not because it's adhesive.
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I found a few napkins today, but the camera just doesn't do them justice.
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Amber, long ago you sent me the dazzling diamonds that I used for those pieces! Thank you!
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Today I decided to try this without the heat and stick powder. I substituted clear embossing powder and made it shiny rather than glittery and it is almost as pretty as the glittered one!

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