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Old 08-25-2006, 06:58 AM   #1  
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Hi,
I saw a post (can't remember where now) where the stamper said she sprayed with matte (or shiney, depending on her card) acrylic spray to give a finished, polished look to the card.

Do any of you do this? I am not positive she was talking about watercolor, but I think so. It certainly would make it look different than a watercolor, wouldn't you think so?

Any advice?

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Are you talking about spraying with Krylon spray? It comes in both matte and shiny. You could use it on a watercolored image after it is dry.
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