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Old 06-18-2004, 06:34 PM   #1  
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What else can I use to apply color to glossy card stock when doing crayon resist? I want to use wonderful wings, but would like to be able to use a few colors instead of sponges. I really hope there are some answers out there.
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Old 06-18-2004, 06:53 PM   #2  
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When I am going to use more than one color for crayon resist, I use the Sponge Daubers from Stampin' Up!

If you're trying to get an even smaller area than that, maybe try Q-Tips??

How detailed are you trying to get?
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Thanks, DUH I never thought about Q-tips! I just love this forum!!! Everyone is so helpful!!!
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You could also use a small stencil brush or sponge (they do have some that would probably be about the size you need). I even saw some mini stipple brushes at my local scrapbook store.
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I have also seen samples where they brayer across the glossy card stock. I haven't tried it but the samples looked nice.
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I love Q-tips, but often enough (especially with the itsy-bitsy sets like "A Little Love") I need something even finer.

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I have used eyeshadow brushes sometimes to get in detailed spaces. They are fairly inexpensive, in fact I get them at my dollar tree store.
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Thanks for all of the help everyone has given me. I tried a few of the suggestions, and they worked great!
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