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Old 09-14-2006, 05:39 AM   #1  
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I have a question about heat-n-stick powder and thought that I'd ask all of you talented stampers before I go and pull out all of my supplies to figure it out! Is the heat-n-stick clear when heated (so if I use colored craft ink my color will show) and if I use this to adhere dazzling diamonds, will the glitter rub off? I am trying to figure out the card I will be sharing at card club tonight (nothing like waiting till the last minute when I've had ALL month to do it!!!) TIA for your help!
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I have a question about heat-n-stick powder and thought that I'd ask all of you talented stampers before I go and pull out all of my supplies to figure it out! Is the heat-n-stick clear when heated (so if I use colored craft ink my color will show) and if I use this to adhere dazzling diamonds, will the glitter rub off? I am trying to figure out the card I will be sharing at card club tonight (nothing like waiting till the last minute when I've had ALL month to do it!!!) TIA for your help!
Yes the heat and stick is clear. Just be sure only to heat it just until it turns clear or you'll lose the stickiness. Then adhere your dazzling diamonds, then zap over it with the heat gun again. Those diamonds will stay put!
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Yes, it becomes clear when you heat it, and yes the glitter will stick This stuff is pretty sticky I've even gotten those teeny tiny beads to stick to it!
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