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Old 05-18-2005, 08:06 AM   #1  
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Default Resist Ooops ~ my stupidity!

Ok, I learned from MamaK that you can use a versamarker instead of a crayon to outline the images for resist. Well, I think this is way cool and much neater than crayons because you don't get any gloppies from the crayon wax.

Here's my tip: it doesn't work on regular us white cs!! Because glossy cs is glossy, the versamark is fine on it, doesn't soak into the paper. On regular us white, the paper soaks up the versamark and doesn't "resist"! Oooops! Just so y'all don't try what I did!!
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Old 05-18-2005, 08:08 AM   #2  
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good tip Em!

and I'll add that you CAN do regular crayon resist on USW....

So here's the rule

USW + crayon = okay
USW + versamark = stoopit
glossy + crayon = okay
glossy + versamark = awesomest
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Thanks for the info--I've been looking for something to do with that Versamark marker!
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Thanks, MK, for putting it in terms we can all understand.....................
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That is a great tip that I have never thougt of!

I usually use USW for crayon resist, so I got a kick out of your post Emily!
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Originally Posted by mamakimberly
good tip Em!

glossy + versamark = awesomest
Thanks for the tip you are the "awesomest!"
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USW + versamark = stoopit

Luv it!!!
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stoopit & awesomest
Thanks, mamakimberly, we now have two new words to add to our vocabulary. ROTFL!
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