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Old 07-23-2021, 05:14 AM   #1  
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Saw Susan Tierney Cockburn video on paper Gerbera flower where she dipped stamen in a powder pollen product, don't know what it is
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It looks as if Elizabeth Craft Design, who certainly made her dies at one stage, had a product called pollen for using on stamens. But I can not find it on their website, so possibly it's discontinued. I found some here: https://www.paperwishes.com/products/4015532

It's possible that somewhere specialising in cake decorating supplies might have something similar. Just guessing, though.
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Guessing, but I think I'm right. This is a European site but if I can find it here, I'm sure you can find it over there: https://www.squires-shop.com/product...st-pale-yellow
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Found the video on YouTube. The product she used is Woodland Scenics Pollen
https://woodlandscenics.woodlandscen...egory/WSPollen
The page even has a chart telling you which colors to use for certain flowers.
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I wonder if we could yellow flock? I found this place...

https://www.flockingunlimited.com/pr...ellow-flocking
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I also wonder if you could use Flower Soft. In a weak I moment bought a whole kit many years ago at an Archivers Expo in Minneapolis.

I have been waiting for something to inspire me to use again. This may be it.😀
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Check Hobby Lobby in the section where they make miniatures. And yes, flocking will work and is considerably cheaper. Good luck Ü
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Tonic Studios is selling pollen products for Susan Tierney's Garden line
Search: 9 results found for "pollen*" — Tonic Studios USA (tonic-studios.com)
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I wonder if we could yellow flock? I found this place...

https://www.flockingunlimited.com/pr...ellow-flocking
Too bad, they want $6.95 shipping to mail a $2.45 item that weighs next to nothing. I don't know why they won't just put it in an envelope with a 55 cent stamp.
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You can make something similar by cutting a syrofoam ball in half and rubbing the halves together.
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Saw Susan Tierney Cockburn video on paper Gerbera flower where she dipped stamen in a powder pollen product, don't know what it is
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You can make something similar by cutting a syrofoam ball in half and rubbing the halves together.
I’ve done that! It’s super easy and the styrofoam fluff can be dyed with re-inkers.
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Interesting, and something I need to try now! I was given some flower dies but hadn't even thought to add faux pollen. The styrofoam and reinker trick sounds intriguing. I actually have a lot of strofoam (and reinkers) around.
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