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Old 05-11-2009, 06:52 PM   #1
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Just wondering if anyone knows of any other brand of heat and stick type powder other than SU.

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Not sure how it compares quality or price wise but I know Biblical Impressions carries Heat & Stick powder. http://www.biblicalstamps.com
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Amuse Art Stamps also has a heat and stick powder. Their's has a slightly different name, but it's the same thing. Sprinkle it on after pigment or versamark ink, then heat until glossy, and apply whatever glitter, etc...
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Stampendous makes one called stamp n bond. I like it it works pretty good.
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Amuse Art Stamps also has a heat and stick powder. Their's has a slightly different name, but it's the same thing. Sprinkle it on after pigment or versamark ink, then heat until glossy, and apply whatever glitter, etc...
The A Muse version is called Simple Stick. I like it so much better than the SU version. For one, it doesn't clump up in the jar. I highly recommend it.
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Old 05-12-2009, 06:35 AM   #6
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I use O'So Sticky Powder - its strong enough to hold fine microbeads to my cards.

I got it from http://www.pennywisearts.com/tape.html (scroll down the page)

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Stewart Superior makes a Stamp & Stick pad. I have it- it's ok. Works fine for embossing or ultra fine glitter. But I prefer to use the Xyron for glitter.
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