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Old 05-07-2008, 08:16 PM   #41
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Heather, if I were you, I would get a cheap set of pencils from $ store and give them a try. I have used a pencil that came in a little coloring book from $ store and used baby oil and had good results. I was just playing around with it. I haven't tried the Goo Gone yet I will do that tomorrow. I do have a small set of Prisms and some EK pencils and the baby oil has worked on both of them. I am looking forward to playing tomorrow with GG.

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Thanks for posting your beautiful GG creations. I've got to take the time and learn how to make a gallery.
I really want one of those GG pens, I was wondering what the tip of the pen was like? Thanks
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Paperchic - I just went and purchased the pen - it resembles a felt chisel tip, if that makes any sense!

Those of you who've used this technique -- what type of GG are you using? I've noticed two kinds in the stores -- one is more of a yellow thin liquid (which is what I already have) and the other is a thicker orange gel -- are they both pretty much the same as far as results?
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I'm using the thin yellow liquid.
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just a Q...
what kind of pencils are you all using? Watercolor or regular? What brand?
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I just broke out my goo gone pen from wal-mart, and it works amazing! Whoo-hoo! No need to buy stumps or blenders anymore. You have to try it. I also agree that the goo gone blends better than the Gamsol for me anyhow.
Can you use the pen for different colors?
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Can you use the pen for different colors?
Yes, just swish it on scrap paper between colors (like you do with a blender pen). HTH!
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I use Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils. Watercolor pencils will not work.
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If anyone is looking for the GG pens I found them at my local Wal-Mart in the laundry section. **
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Cinnistew, thanks for the info. I wasn't sure where the GG would have been.
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Thanks for posting this info!! I'm going to definitely try this!
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Goo Gone is cheap too. They carry it at our Dollar Tree store. Wish I could use it, but my skin is really sensitive to citrus oil. My hands and arms start burning and itching when I use the stuff.
I use baby oil with my prismacolor pencils. Works really well.
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I wish GG didn't have that horrid orange smell...LOL! I'll keep using my OMS since I have such a HUGE bottle of it...and then maybe I'll try the GG...if I can keep from gagging on the fake orange smell..hehe
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Pretty cool---thanks for sharing.
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I am impressed with how well it works! I wish it didn't have such a strong smell.
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Wow! Thanks for the tip!! I have GG and I'm going to try this!
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Has anyone tried this yet with the SU pure color pencils??? That would be SO great if GG did the trick with these since I already have them and I can sell them!

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I'm about a month behind on the Gamsol technique. Does this ONLY work with colored pencils? How about the markers? Has anyone tried that? Just the other day I discovered I had a blender pen so started using it with my inks. Also, if GG only works with colored pencils, I think I'll go to my $$ store and get a cheap set to see how they work. Thanks stampers.

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I am so excited to go home and try this!!! Thanks ladies!
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I am so totally impressed - it works like a charm! I love goo gone!!!
I have not tried the baby oil though so i might have to try that one too.
I just put on my blog a card I did today with this tech - it is the last card in the post and shows the before blending and after.
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buttons2, I haven't tried using the GG with markers yet if you get a chance let us know how you did.

stampez, read your blog and you did a beautiful job coloring with the GG.
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Thanks for sharing this tip. I have the colored pencils, but not the Gamsol or OMS, but I DO have Goo Gone. Can't wait to try this!
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I just played with some images that I had stamped, using an orange and rust (or similar). My technique isn't the greatest, but I think you can see how they look. I used SU pure color pencils, Prange colored pencils, Crayola colored pencils, and Prismacolor pencils. See attachment below. All of these worked well with goo gone pen. The Crayola was a bit more vivid and the Prismacolors were much more vivid. I also tried SU markers. There was NO color movement at all with these. I probably should have done one with gamsol & prismas just for comparison, but didn't think of that until after I had uploaded the pic.

Oh, and it's definitely a good idea to use this stuff in a well ventilated area. Whew!
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It's amazing how smoothly the GG blends the pencil. Thanks so much for sharing!
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I have a silly question.... From what I just read, Goo Gone is a kind of cleaner for fabric or something else??? Please explain! I have never heard of that product. I will go to my local w-Mart; I hope they have it here in Quebec. thanks for your answer
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I have just purchased some prismas, thank goodness I haven't purchased gamsol yet. I can't wait to try this. Is the learning curve with this better than with gamsol? Someone said something about a googone applicator that might also work better than the stumps. Anyone know where to buy that? Thanks Dianne
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I just played with some images that I had stamped, using an orange and rust (or similar). My technique isn't the greatest, but I think you can see how they look. I used SU pure color pencils, Prange colored pencils, Crayola colored pencils, and Prismacolor pencils. See attachment below. All of these worked well with goo gone pen. The Crayola was a bit more vivid and the Prismacolors were much more vivid. I also tried SU markers. There was NO color movement at all with these. I probably should have done one with gamsol & prismas just for comparison, but didn't think of that until after I had uploaded the pic.

Oh, and it's definitely a good idea to use this stuff in a well ventilated area. Whew!
Thanks for posting the pic of the side by side comparisons of the different types of pencils. Is don't have prisma yet, but I do have the crayolas (and about 5 other brands, as well ). I will definitely give this a try now that I know it might work with something I already have. Amazingly enough, I picked up a goo-gone pen awhile back to clean the gunk off my scissor blades. Can't believe I'm ready to rock-and-roll on this technique!!! Cool...
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Oops, didn't read far enough for the Goo Gone applicators at wal mart. dianne
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Goo Gone is a type of cleaner to clean up sticky messes such as from chewing gum, adhesives, labels, stickers, tape, tar, and will also remove crayon marks, grease, lipstick and makeup from hard surfaces or from cloth material. On soft things like fabric, you would need to launder the item afterwards, as it leaves an oily residue.

I usually find it at Michael's or Joann's and use my 40% coupon, but if you can't, you can get it nearly anywhere. Walmart, Target, Kmart, Meijer, hardware stores, etc. I've even seen it in grocery stores. You can find it near the glues, adhesives, and tapes, or sometimes in the cleaning section. I've also seen it in the paint section of some stores, as it will also remove fresh paint.

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Sandy, the Goo Gone is also sold at the Dollar Tree. I tried it yesterday and had good results with it. I also bought the GG pen, but I really didn't like it. May work with it this weekend when I have more time and see how it works. I was sorta in a hurry yesterday. LOL I still like to use the baby oil also, the odor is much better.

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Do you think Undo would work for this technique as well? It seems like Goo Gone and Undo are very similar??
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I think it must really depend a lot on the paper you are using and the type of stumps as to whether the Goo Gone works better. I know I am probably in the minority here, but I just did a side by side comparison, and I got much better results with the Gamsol. My stumps are from Taiwan, and the paper I tested on was plain old copy paper. Will test more tomorrow on CS, but from this simple test, I will stick with the Gamsol. Plus it has no odor that I can smell.
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Just a guess, but I bet that Un-do won't perform as well. I think that Un-do evaporates much more quickly than Goo-gone, also Goo-gone has an oily characteristic that Un-do lacks. Haven't had a chance to try it, so my guess could be way off.
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thanks Lacyquilter for the great comparisons! I just tried the goo gone as well (with my Prismas), and was very pleased with the results. I actually kind of like the orange smell!!
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OMG Goo Gone is fantastic in place of Gamsol. Thank you Sue Nelson from Heart Prints.com who figured this out.
The GG moves the pencil color around so smoothly and easily without any drag. I had alot of problems trying to move my color with Gamsol. well I'll never use that stuff again.
The GG leaves NO oily residue nor did it cause a black streaking from the stamped ink image, (hope that makes sense). The best part is it smells good and it's not toxic.
This is my new favorite way to use the pencils now. So everyone give it a try, you won't believe how much better the color moves around than the Gamsol. I still used the stumps and they worked great.
I have the Goo Gone in the bottle and I just stuck the pointy part of the stump in the tiny hole of the bottle and turned the bottle upside down. The stump soaked up the GG. I was to lazy to pore some in a container.


I plan to try this when I get some colored pencils... Someone told me there was a goo gone pencil that you could use.

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Vicki, I sure hope this works for you because the way the GG moves the colors around almost effortlessly (spelling). Plus I don't have to use as much pencil color. For some reason I just could not blend my colors with the Gamsol, they just seemed to get stuck in one spot.
I am using the GP paper and it's all been good.
GP Paper? What is GP paper?

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OMG, thank you, thank you, thank you...I could not wait to try this and thankfully Goo Gone is my favorite "go to" cleaner and I already had some. One word, WOW! I have always struggled with OMS (Gamsol) because there were many times I could not get rid of the obnoxious "line" of color. The stump just glides over the pensil and it blends beautifully. So are we now calling this the "Goo Gone Technique" or "Magic Goo Gone" ?
LOL I vote for Magic Goo Gone... I cant wait to try it either.

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Do you think Undo would work for this technique as well? It seems like Goo Gone and Undo are very similar??
As someone else said, they are very different.

Goo Gone has come out with another product that does what UnDo does, and it's called Sticker Lifter.
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Usually GP paper stands for Georgia Pacific paper - it's the white cardstock that Walmart sells. It's 110 lb paper and costs about $5 for a ream. I will say that the "whiteness" of this product has deteriorated dramatically in the past year. It used to be a nice clean, bright white; now it is a dull, greyer white. This was not my imagination because I compared paper from an old package with a new one - not even close in brightness! I did call the company about it and they had me send in samples, etc and in turn gave me a coupon for free paper. It used to be my favorite paper and no longer is because of this issue.
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