Sunday, August 29, 2010

Setting Flocking Powder

Use your cuttlebug to set your flocking powder and glitter on die cuts. This is a great way to prevent the powder from falling off the die cuts. enjoy.



21 comments:

  1. Wow! Thanks for the tip. I always have trouble getting my loose glitter to stick!

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  2. This is awesome...thank you for the tips!!

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  3. What an awesome tip! Thank you so much.

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  4. Wow, thanks for sharing that. What a great idea.

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  5. AHA! So this is how I get my flocking to look like flocking! LOL! You can usually see the paper right through my fine layer of flocking... now I know why! Thanks for the video Nilda...very helpful!

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  6. Great idea, Nilda. I always have problems with glitter. This should help a lot!

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  7. Thanks for sharing that tip. I will be using it.

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  8. Thanks Nilda! I have the old red Sizzix, but I think this would still work.

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  9. Thanks for sharing that great tip!

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  10. Thank you for taking the time to share this tip. Do you think it would work with flower soft type material (I make my own with styrofoam thanks to a tip from another crafter) I quit using it because I couldn't get the coverage,never thought about spray adhesive! Thanks again

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  11. great tip thanks.
    Save a mess!!

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  12. Fabulous tip- thanks so much for posting this!

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  13. thanks for this great tip!

    Jess B.
    thatzuneek@gmail.com

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  14. Awesome tip! Thanks for the great idea!
    tfs
    Kim H

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  15. Thank you, I will give it a try I own tons of glitter and flocking powder.
    CJ

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  16. That is so cool! That is a great idea. I don't own a cuttlebug but I want one just for that purpose now!

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