I LOVE FRAGMENTS! I had several photo copies from a family Christmas party several years ago. Taking each fragment, I chose a person's face from a photo, glued it to the underside of the fragment (face showing through the tile), let it dry, then moved on to another picture that would fit one of the fragments and did the same thing. I was able to crop a picture from each member of my family and use it on a fragment tile. At Christmas, I will hang these little photo pieces on a small tree at my apartment. I can't wait -- most of my family in this collection has passed away, but this Christmas I will be remembering the joyful times we had while looking at photos on these fragments. You could try any collection of photos, as long as you are using a copy and not cropping/gluing a valuable original print!
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My Fragments also included 5-6 tiles had some kind of scrape (There was the one could remove by using the plastic eraser, that was TOMBOW mono plastic eraser), but this level of condition was not problem for my using purposes.
I have another shape of 2 Fragments.
One is 'Clear Ovals and Circles' (http://store.scrapbook.com/ch-th92748.html) and the other is 'Clear Charms' (http://store.scrapbook.com/ch-th92749.html).
Those are clear and beautiful condition! So, small damage of square and rectangle Fragments set was happened to trouble with something on manufacturing, I guess...
These kind of products is fun to use for me!
I enjoy to make original embelishments, etc.. :)
I love these clear acrylic tiles. They are lightweight, come in different sizes and shapes, and are really versatile. I like adhering patterned paper to them for custom embellishments. You can also color them with alcohol inks for a cool stained glass effect.
Used in this project: The Oleander Room *~Scraps of Darkness~*
I totally love these fragments. There are so many different uses for them...highlight something on your layout, cover them from behind using a clear accent glue, stamp on them, put rub ons on them....a must have in all sizes.
Used in this project: Monkey Boy
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