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Perfect Pearls

Postby Lynne » Thu Nov 14, 2002 5:14 pm

Hi everyone :D ,

Has anybody used the Ranger Perfect Pearls?? :o

I was wondering if there was another way to use them, other than stamping and brushing the powders on?? :o

I'm a bit bored of "stamp and brush".

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Postby Lynne » Sun Dec 08, 2002 10:47 am

I was sure that you could use them with water, like a paint, but when I try this it looks muddy, yucky. :(

I was just wondering if anyone could confirm they can be use in this way, :o , and if yes, please help me..... lol :D

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Postby Carolyn » Sun Dec 08, 2002 1:14 pm

I have no idea what they are as I am out of touch with stamping, are they like a powder that is pearlised/metallic?

I used to use powders in cake decorating years ago and you would use them on things (particularly flowers) to give then depth and colour. You could make loads of flowers in white and just colour them with the powder to any colour. So I am wondering whether you could use them on say white paper flowers, or other things that you may have to hand what about ribbon?


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