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Old 07-18-2009, 12:54 AM   #161  
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Got another one for you. Instead of using a tim holtz blending tool for my alcohol inks, I put strips of the rough side of velco (that I had sitting in the cupboard) onto ez-mount foam (you could use leftover mount from your diecut stamps or if you demount your stamps anyway) and put it on an acrylic block. Cut squares of white felt to size. Very inexpensive, I got 34 pieces from a A4 felt piece at 80c!
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Old 07-18-2009, 04:10 AM   #162  
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I use my sizzix and then emboss to make faux hardware. Make hot glue gun medallions. Cover old stickers with crystal effects for a 3dish look. Use glaze pens on stickers for dimension.[/QUOTE]

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I have another one: Use your background stamps on dated pp to make it look fresh. I have a lot of the original SU! PP, (remember the ones that came in individual colors?)and it looks really outdated-until I use a new SU! background stamp on it!! Then it looks really cute and current!
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