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    Krissy
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      Other than making sugared letters, tell me how you use diamond dust.

      #189563

      I use it on my flowers, but also sprinkle it on my Gesso to add extra texture.

      #189564

      Christmas oament 🙂

      #189565
      Krissy
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        I love to use it on my flowers!

        #189566

        Never used it before, so many things i need to try Lol.

        #189567

        I use it on my flowers also…and I'm thinking of using it on a roof of a house for a christmas card..I'm going to mix it in with white flower soft…so it will look like snow :o)

        #189569
        Krissy
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          I add it to my butterflies and flowers!

          "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."

          #189570

          I too add it to butterflies and I like using it with slow dry medium, it sets really well and. I love it over chipboard though, and then spray it!

          #189568

          I add it to my butterflies and flowers!

          Me too!

          #189571

          Snagg1
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            Ditto! I don't think I've ever used it to make sugared letters…hmmmm. I worry that I will slice up my very delicate little hands. :P

            #189572

            craftysprinkles
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              I've used it as snow on top of puffy paint, on flower edges and as all-purpose glitter.
              Manda, thanks for the tips on making the stuff stick; that I've gotta try!!!!

              #189573

              Ditto! I don't think I've ever used it to make sugared letters…hmmmm. I worry that I will slice up my very delicate little hands. :P

              NAH!

              You just brush the letters with Mod Podge or slow dry then set them upside down in the diamond dust. Then just let them dry, you don't really have to touch them much that way!

              #189562

              Snagg1
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                Doh! LMAO Thanks Manda ;D

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                🙂

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