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Old 08-14-2008, 11:02 AM   #121
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Lynn - How did you and many of the others get the crystal effects to go on so smoothly? Mine is a little rippled. I dotted it on with a small watercolor brush.
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I used a larger brush and really had it loaded up before I touched it to my acetate. With crystal effects or glossy accents or whatever you used, the least amount of trips to the piece is best. The more you "disturb it", the harder it is to keep smooth and avoid bubbles (which I had a few in mine, even after pricking them with a pen to pop them - while the stuff was drying)

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I used a larger brush and really had it loaded up before I touched it to my acetate. With crystal effects or glossy accents or whatever you used, the least amount of trips to the piece is best. The more you "disturb it", the harder it is to keep smooth and avoid bubbles (which I had a few in mine, even after pricking them with a pen to pop them - while the stuff was drying)
I will give that a try. Thanks.
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Old 08-15-2008, 12:45 PM   #124
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I have not one but TWO cards for this technique! I decided to do one for my Halloween Swap as well!

Snowman Greetings

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I finally got around to playing with this challenge...very fun! Here's my card:
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Congratulations on taking over for the technique lover's challenge.

This is my first attempt and I cheated a bit as I could NOT find my acetate anywhere so used vellum instead. Hope that's okay.

Here's my Happy Halloween card.

TFL!
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Old 08-21-2008, 03:34 PM   #129
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Thanks for the challenge! Better late than never! Here's my angel card:

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Here's another one:

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I am trying to print the instructions for the stained glass. It prints out without the last letters in each sentence of the instructions. I do not know if this is my printer/computer or if everyone is having the same problem. Help! I really want to try this.
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going now to try this...the cards in the gallery are beautiful...so many to CASE...which one will i choose...hmmm!
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