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Old 10-24-2005, 04:09 PM   #1  
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Hi, I was wondering if anyone could tell me how to make the tumbled tile coasters with the chalks. I know you can make them with the staz on pads without having to do anything to it, but what do you have to do to them if you use the chalks or classic ink? Thank you. Jenny
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Jenny, I sprayed the finished tiles with two coats of matte fixative and one coat of glossy fixative. The spray finish intensified the chalk colors. Kathy
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Thank you so much Kathy. I am excited to make the coasters. Jenny
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there are some really good threads on here about making tiles. The word seems to be that the best fixative for tiles is Patricia Nimock's Clear Acrylic Sealer. It comes in either matte or glossy finish. I've found it at Michael's and others here have said they've found it at Walmart. I think it's Kymbers that is the expert on tiles and suggested this product over the others. HTH
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