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Old 06-09-2007, 03:41 PM   #1  
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I saw on someone blog a comparison list of stickles to the colors of cardstock or stampinup ink. Can somebody help me find this comparison list?
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Old 06-09-2007, 07:11 PM   #2  
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What are Stickles?
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Stickles is glitter...I don't know if that is the brand name or not, but it's glue with glitter mixed in...so, all you have to do is add the stickles to where you want the glitter. When it dries, the liquid part dries off and you are left with just the glitter. I love it because it looks delicate and not at all like the tacky glitter creations I made in grade school! : )
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Thank you. Looks like I need to add yet another thing to my "must have" list.
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Stickles is a Acid Free, Non-Toxic, kind of a glitter glue that has a easy flow tip. Go to the Ranger (that's the manufacturer) website and you can see all the colors and info about them! Once you try them, you will definately fall in love with them!
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Here are my suggestions. Keep in mind these colors merely coordinate with and are no where near exact matches.
And yes, Stickles are made by Ranger. You should be able to find them at your favourite LSS (local stamp/scrap store - not Michaels).
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I just got some Diamond Stickles, but I can't get it to squirt out of the bottle. What am I doing wrong ~ anyone know?
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I just got some Diamond Stickles, but I can't get it to squirt out of the bottle. What am I doing wrong ~ anyone know?
take a pin and very carefully slide it down the opening inside it to make sure that there isn't a plug. Be sure to squeeze on scrap paper first, just in case it squirts out more then you wanted.
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stickles also can be found in Joann stores I had like 15 of them and LOVE IT!!! No mess!
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Thank you so much lfw and Avonlea for finding this list of stickles. I had been looking for quite a long time for it.
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Subscribing to this thread so that I can come back to it later. You always find such useful information in these forums.
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I love the fine tip nozzle on them it great for following lines or shapes ie like drawing around the outline of a flower.
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