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    Thank you JenUrebel.
    This sounds like great fun, and is a technique I have never tried.
    It is always FAB when we can learn from each other.

    Do you have any cards that you have made with this technique?
    If so, please post them if you want to.

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    Cool. Cooked paint it will be
    So please sign me up. Lol.
    Have to try that condensed milk. Sounds like good fun.




    Quote Originally Posted by Vicki Z View Post
    Hinkeltje, I have never cooked acrylic paint, so I would love to have you show all of us what can be done with a heat tool.

    I have painted with sweetened condensed milk (the stuff that comes in a can that is used as a cooking ingredient) and when it is heated with a heat tool, it bubbles and turns lovely shades of brown and beige and ivory and it smells good too. I would guess acrylic paint would react similarly.

    Shall I sign you up?

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    Welcome Hinkeltje.
    I signed you up.

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    sounds like fun-lurking.

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    Lurkers welcome, valentina22.
    Come on back when the hot flashes hit you, and I will be happy to sign you up.

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    What fun, Hally!!!
    I have been playing with my perfect pearls, and I am coming up with some cool stuff!!!!

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    I have both perfect pearls in liquid form and in powder form.
    Who would have thought they create such differet results??????
    Last edited by Vicki Z; 05-18-2014 at 06:12 PM.

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    Lurky-lurky - I want to try that faux cloisonne technique!

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    Lurkers welcome, Marryth.
    The Faux Cloisonne technique is really, REALLY cool!!!!
    Hope to see you back.
    Last edited by Vicki Z; 05-18-2014 at 06:13 PM.

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    The faux cloisonné is so cool - I never thought of cutting out the stamped image. I'm going to have to play around with this.

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    Welcome papersaga.
    I signed you up.

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    First cards have been received.
    Thank you Bag123, for being so prompt.
    And thank you for the hostie card.

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    Hi VickiZ I may give it a go and do some melted crayon cards... I also have a few videos in Ustream.... If anyone interested to see the technique on live video lol. You never know what you gonna get..

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    I have melted Easter Grass with a craft iron. It is fantastic.

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    I wasn't sure if you were signing up, or just thinking about signing up, so I have not yet signed you up, seekingforart.
    No pressure, either way.
    Would love to see what you can do with melted crayon cards.

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    Oh my, another new idea.
    I wonder if I have any Easter Grass around, or if I threw it all out already.
    Thanks for the tip, CastleQueen5.
    Do you have any cards using this technique that you could share?
    I would love to see.....

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    I have some backgrounds, I am not sure if I still have any cards. I might go play with some grass I saved and see if I can make more. It really is a nice thick background.

    Here is a real simple link with some images

    http://gomakesomething.com/ht/recycled/easter-grass/
    Last edited by CastleQueen5; 05-20-2014 at 03:02 AM.

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    Oh, thank you so much
    I LOVE the look.

    I am going to add that link to my first page.
    I hope that is okay with you.

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    Ok I just thought of another technique. I've never tried this, but you can burn through paper with an incense stick. If you wanted to do a paper collage and have burnt edges or burnt holes in the middle.

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    Another good idea, Bag123.
    I have done burned edges on cards, and it does give a nice effect.
    I have always used a match, I will have to have a go at an incense stick.
    Thanks!

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