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Old 10-31-2019, 09:25 AM   #1
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Default Flower soft - still around?

Can you still buy flower soft products? If so - where?
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Old 10-31-2019, 03:36 PM   #2
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It's on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/stores/Flower...ode/7772998011

And here: https://katysuedesigns.us.com/collections/flower-soft

I see it on Ebay & many other places, too.


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Old 11-01-2019, 09:26 AM   #3
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Thank you so much
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Is the specific flower soft glue still around? Can't find it anywhere..what do you use in place of? I've tried other glues and they don't have the "sticking" power of the specific one. Love using my flower soft, especially on stamped bare branch trees.
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Old 11-03-2019, 01:20 PM   #5
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I've always used Art Glitter glue, it's available many places including Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Art-Glitter-D...40099659&psc=1
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Try looking on franticstampers.com
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Old 11-05-2019, 09:26 AM   #7
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Check Marco's Paper. Our local store had it last time I was there. It is a small but reputable store. No worries about on line ordering. They are terrific
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Is the specific flower soft glue still around? Can't find it anywhere..what do you use in place of? I've tried other glues and they don't have the "sticking" power of the specific one. Love using my flower soft, especially on stamped bare branch trees.

I have used this glue called Adhesive Tech which worked, also I have used a

little amount of glossy accents
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Is the specific flower soft glue still around? Can't find it anywhere..what do you use in place of? I've tried other glues and they don't have the "sticking" power of the specific one. Love using my flower soft, especially on stamped bare branch trees.
I demo'd with Flower soft years ago and it's actually just some Alene's white glue. Hope that helps!
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I demo'd with Flower soft years ago and it's actually just some Alene's white glue. Hope that helps!
I was going to say the same thing! It's just Tacky Glue.
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They don't have the color range that they used to, but I'm happy to see it still around! I was on the DT for a little while, and enjoyed playing with their products.
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Is the specific flower soft glue still around? Can't find it anywhere..what do you use in place of? I've tried other glues and they don't have the "sticking" power of the specific one. Love using my flower soft, especially on stamped bare branch trees.
I use Sobo Glue. It’s fabric glue but works perfect with Flower soft.
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You can make your own by rubbing pieces of the old type styrofoam (available at Joann’s and others). It makes a dust the texture of flower soft. You can use re-inkers or food coloring for assorted colors.
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I just did a tutorial on making your own fluff for flowers but it won’t let me post a link. Jeepers that’s annoying. It’s so easy, no grinding styrofoam balls!
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Let’s try this again. Here is a link to the Tutorial Flower Cards & Tutorials: Fuzzy Flowers
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I like to consider myself the Queen of Making my Own Things, ROFL! I love the styrofoam "Flower Soft". It's not really the same thing. Flower Soft has the consistency of a ground loofah. I do have a container of styrofoam "Flower Soft" and it is really pretty and so much fun to work with. Love it for adding details.

Thanks for bringing up resources about Flower Soft. I lost mine a couple of years ago. I miss it.
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Thanks for bringing up this thread! I have quite a collection of Flower Soft, and even mixed some colors for my own mixtures. I haven't used any in quite a while, (since I have way too much stuff), and think I will pull it out and get creative!!
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