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a very kewl tip!

I saw this quite some time back on Scrapbook Memories and really thought is was a great idea and then forgot about it for a while. While I was coloring this cute little Cinderella carriage I wanted to do something a little special to it and I remembered the tip from Scrapbook Memories. That tip was how to turn a cut out into an epoxy sticker. And it is very easy, much easier than most of the embossing methods I have seen which take time and never turn out flat (at least in my experiences LOL)! Just get a can of Krylon Triple Thick Crystal Clear Glaze and simply spray a coat or two. I did a very short video showing what it looks like since I could have never gotten a picture of it. It is a fun technique that adds a great effect to your cut outs. Enjoy!kryulongA very short video so that you can see what a cut out looks like after being sprayed.

3 comments to a very kewl tip!

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  • Leslie Gerhardt

    That is such a great idea!! Can see my little grand daughter’s photo sitting in the carriage, Now I have to find the stamp, buy some spray and find the time to make one!! LOL You are such an enabler!

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