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Old 07-14-2010, 12:15 PM   #1
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Question Beezwax

I was wondering if anyone has ever used the sheets of beezwax(that you get to make candles) on cards or scrapbook pages. If you have,how did it work and how did you put them on,tape,glue etc.? TIA

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Old 07-14-2010, 04:55 PM   #2
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I wouldn't use it on a scrapbook page, way too low of a melting point and if it gets really warm in your house you will have a mess. For cards, which is a really cute idea for a bee card, BTW, I would use glue dots in the corners and kind of press the wax sheet firmly on the paper and it will stick. Again, watch the temperatures!
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Are you familiar with Suze Weinberg? Google her. She is known for her melting pot techniques and beezwax beads are a common component in melting pot work.
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