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 Post Posted: Fri Feb 20, 2009 9:32 pm 
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You're soooo gonna love this!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnqN3BuU ... gspot.com/

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I did...you are right. Really interesting. Thank you.


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 Post Posted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 3:15 am 
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How cool was that!!! :D

I loved that bead roller Sara, not seen one of those before.

Thanks for the vid.

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 Post Posted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 10:56 am 
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I love her nails! Great video - I had never heard of the FP balls before you posted the other link yesterday.

Calv - the bead rollers can be used with Fimo

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 Post Posted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 10:59 am 
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Carolyn wrote:
I love her nails! Great video - I had never heard of the FP balls before you posted the other link yesterday.

Calv - the bead rollers can be used with Fimo


Ah i see, i thought i'd come across one with Maddy, but being a smart alec she does them by hand. :)

As for the womans nails, lovely and all that but how the heck does she craft with those?!!! :-?

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Calv wrote:


As for the womans nails, lovely and all that but how the heck does she craft with those?!!! :-?

Calv.
- I was amazed and they are so clean - where does all that ink go? :D

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 Post Posted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 9:26 pm 
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That's acrylic nails for you, nothing sticks to them! I know I can't craft with nails like that, they're also too thick, so you end up scrabbling around trying to pickup small things and need tweezers :o :D

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I guess I am on my own here but I loathe nails like that. I know that is considered fashionable but I think they are ungainly and unnatural. How she crafts with them I can't imagine, I agree with Calvin.


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tee hee - my comment wasn't meant as I had typed :oops: if that makes sense - it was more like how the heck does she have nails like that and do crafting!

sorry :oops:

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horrible those nails :o and they look so impractical

mmm I would need to improvise and find something else to keep the water hot. and find out where my FP has been stored :oops:

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 Post Posted: Sun Feb 22, 2009 1:35 pm 
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I have one of those thingies that you put candles in to keep food warm on the table - I wonder if that would work?

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No, it won't be hot enough Carolyn, you need to have something with a thermostat on it so that you can keep the temp constant. Years ago I tried with a pan over a gas hob, it was impossible, either too hot or too cool! :o Lakeland did have some griddles for sale, but they've gone now, but QVC have some:-

http://www.qvcuk.com/ukqic/qvcapp.aspx/ ... .UKHG-UK14

Just in case the link doesn't work, search for 'Pancake' and it'll bring up the griddle.

You'll be able to put a baking tin on top with water if you got for this type of griddle, so it works for both methods.

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