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Old 10-08-2007, 05:03 AM   #1  
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Default you made me buy it, so now what?

I just had to have it. I can't remember why, but it was on my wish list a few months ago. I live in a small town with no place to buy my supplies except walmart and SU and an occassional trip to Target or Michaels, but I found myself in a Joann's yesterday and saw this and bought it and now can't figure out what I wanted to do with it.

It is Palette stamp and stick gluepad. Now what? Hahahah

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Wow...never heard of such a thing. Am picturing a stamp pad filled with glue that you can use to emboss maybe?
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The stick & glue pad is great for Glitter, chalks and perfect pearls. That is what I use mine for. I just stamp whatever image I want and then use my chalks or perfect pearls over it. I also use it for glittering images sometimes.
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I just bought one the other day...I am a "gadget" type person. I am like you...now what?
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I have one too and havent used it yet so thanks for this thread!!!
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I just read on the back that it is heat activated so now I am wondering if I should just take it back (that will give me another excuse to drive to Joann's and shop). I already have SU heat and stick powder that I have never ever used. Are they basically the same thing?


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Hi!
Love it for glitter images!
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I hated the Palette one. It only works on glossy paper, not on regular CS. I do have the Tsunekio Essential Glue Pad and it's awesome! I use it for Pearl Ex, glitter, etc...

And yes, it's similar to Heat & Stick powder.
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I just had to have it. I can't remember why, but it was on my wish list a few months ago. I live in a small town with no place to buy my supplies except walmart and SU and an occassional trip to Target or Michaels, but I found myself in a Joann's yesterday and saw this and bought it and now can't figure out what I wanted to do with it.

It is Palette stamp and stick gluepad. Now what? Hahahah

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Here's an idea to try...

http://paperfriendly.blogspot.com/20...t-easy_26
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OOPS, I guess this is what I have. Geez, I HAD to have it and I don't even know what it is.
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I am really leaning towards taking it back now.


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