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    so…say I have a piece of dusty attic chipboard and I want to fill a few of the the holes and do a stained glass look, kinda looks like a tiffany lamp (the stained glass that is..)
    So I'm thinking, I can use mica's, or even smooches, copics, etc… in different colors and Tim Hotz's clear crackle paint…the problem is..I need to fill the cutouts and that my dears is where I'm stuck…any ideas?
    I don't own utee…so…lol if your thinking uetee…would something else work?

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    Krissy
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      Why not use Glossy Accents? Just fill the hole and maybe add a drop of alcohol ink for color.

      "Some cars look like they're going fast when they're standing still. The Camaro looks like it's going to beat you unconscious, put you in a silly hat, invite a couple of other Camaros over to take photos of you, then e-mail them to all your friends and co-workers. Call me crazy, but I like that in a car."

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      I used Glossy Accents on my DA lamppost. I put vellum on the back first to keep the GA inside.

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        Use a transparency and alcohol ink…..it ends up just mah-velous dah-ling!

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        Oh, Jan….stunning LO! Love the lamp post and all the other embellies….Very pretty!

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        Krissy
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          Gorgeous layout Jan, I love that lamppost and brick stamp

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          oh what a great idea! I never thought of using a transperency! Jan that lamp post is to die for…now I'm wanting a lamp post! lol…

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            oh what a great idea! I never thought of using a transperency! Jan that lamp post is to die for…now I'm wanting a lamp post! lol…

            Also, Wendy G, who is a subscriber here, has a tutorial on her blog for a stained glass effect that is HOT HOT HOT. Here is a link to the technique http://wendysscrappincoer.blogspot.com/2011/03/tutorial-stained-glass-background.html

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