Friends, we are burning up the highway. NOT!
Between flat tires and radiator hoses spewing hot gunk – PLUS – the National Holiday of July 4th we have gone 103 miles in two days.
We are in Wichita Falls, Texas and a hotel room awaiting the resuming of business tomorrow. So I am taking advantage of the down time to play around with some products.
Jann Gray of WhatYouMakeIt created a superb crafting stash for me a few years back. It is now in my kit :D. Thank you, Jann, once again.
I am using a clear stamp set from Inkadinkado.
Liquid Pearls from Ranger Industries.
And Glitter Glue from Studio G.
Results thus far……
The Liquid Pearls is better at filling an area. I like the way it is looking as the product dries.
The Glitter Glue tends to have a peak that falls over after application.
The recommended drying time of the Liquid Pearls is 2-3 hours for thin layers and up to 24 for thick layers. The Glitter Glue has a longer drying time, upwards of 6-8 hours for thin layers and up to 24 for thicker applications.
I think this stamped image would be better suited for a heat embossing technique or maybe some Copics.
I do like the look of the plain stamped image over the blinged up image.
Have you worked with Liquid Pearls? If so, leave me your thoughts and what you have done with them.