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Old 08-16-2004, 09:49 AM   #1
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Default Help me please

I bought some glazed tiles at the dollar store and thought I would try the stamping with staz on and coloring in with sharpies. I stamped and colored last night and without thinking glued the cork onto the back of the tile. It came out perfect so I decided I would give this to a friend as a birthday card and stamped it like a postcard on the cork....It came out really is the problem....I thought I better check for permanency and sprayed it with a little water...(the front that is) and the words I had on it wiped right I don't know if I should start over and bake it and if so, do I bake it after I color it in with the sharpies or do I just bake the outlined image first and then color it in and then bake it again or what....I thought I may be able to spray a sealer on it but not quite sure. Let me know your thoughts. Thanks.
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Old 08-16-2004, 10:00 AM   #2
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The way I've done it is to bake it with just the black outline. Let it cool, then color it in. Bake again. I've never baked one with cork on the back.
By the way, the ones I've done I've just used the classic black pad and it's worked great. I also sray it with acrylic when I'm done.
Hope that helps.
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