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Old 02-22-2008, 10:36 AM   #1  
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I just ordered the Crystal Lacquer from TAC. For some reason I thought it was the same as SU's crystal effects- which I thought was sparkely.

Is Crystal effects sparkely, or is just glossy?

I guess what I'm wondering is Crystal Lacquer an equivelent product?
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i'm pretty sure it's the same, i know for a fact that SU! is not sparkely. it's an awesome product though. basically, you can make any stamped image (or just parts of it) look like an epoxy sticker. i love the effect.
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maybe you're thinking of lumiere from SU!? that's sparkley, but i've never tried that one.
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maybe you're thinking of lumiere from SU!? that's sparkley, but i've never tried that one.
Nope- I think the name just confused me. "Crystal" seems to indicate sparkly to me- this is more "glassy".

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I think you can add glitter while its still wet if you want a sparkly look. I love it. I did find out that you really can't use it on watercolor paper. The paper just sucks it all up. Just thought I would share that so no one wasts any.
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