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Old 05-28-2006, 08:50 AM   #1  
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Question pallette glue pad- what am I doing wrong!

I just got the pallette glue pad, but I can't get it to work.

I stamped the images I wanted, then restamped them with the glue pad. I heat activated it for a minute and then added Glitter. But when I went to brush it to get the extra glitter off, all of the glitter came off.

What am I doing wrong?
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Old 05-28-2006, 10:08 AM   #2  
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I did a little searching on this product and may have found your answer. Emphasis is mine:

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Palette Stamp & Stick Gluepad
This product is everything it promises to be. For most techniques you want to stamp your image on glossy card stock using this ink, heat it with your embossing gun to cure the glue and then add your glitter or leafing. It does have to be used on coated paper or non-porous surfaces, except in the case of flocking, because with flocking you want to stamp the image then apply the flocking prior to heating the glue. For some reason the flocking isn't damged by the heat and it makes it possible to use the Palette Glue Pad on nearly any paper. It is not good for holding micro marbles or other inclusions like JudiKins Roxs.
Were you using regular or glossy cardstock?
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hi I was using regular paper whisper white cardstock. Does Stampin up have glossy cardstock?
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hi I was using regular paper whisper white cardstock. Does Stampin up have glossy cardstock?
You bet SU! has it! Guess you haven't seen us chattering about it in the various technique discussions. It's listed on the next page, with the rest of the different neutrals that aren't part of the color families.
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