This stuff is magical! You can make a plain card much more interesting by applying this to it. Be sure to apply it all at one time in an even coat. Dont go back to add more to a spot already glossed. It takes a long time to dry so dont test it or youll leave a finger print :o)Ro
Used in this card: ST PATRICKS DAY CARD
I'm not much of a scrapbooker, but I do a wide variety of crafting projects. I just used this on a custom My Little Pony to create little water drips on her, as if she just stepped out of the ocean. I also made little goggles for her with 2 buttons that, when flipped over, looked like shallow dishes. I covered the holes from the back with paper and filled them with the Glossy accents to create the effect of glass. They look great!
I can't wait to experiment with this stuff more and see what other cool techniques and effects I can discover with this stuff.
This glossy accents is great when it flows out of the bottle. I finally had to soak it hot water before I use it.....the only way it comes out. Also, I suggest having a pin handy, it also helps for a short period of time.
Would love another product that doesn't need such special attention.
Glossy Accents are just a must have in paper crafting. This can be used for glossing up your die cuts for added dimension and shine, making rain drops or used as an adhesive. This is definitely my go to product for all of the above and so much more. I also like to use it on top of some Wink of Stella. Ba-Bling!
I am still learning all the ways to use this product but I love it so far. I stamped a heart and used it to fill the heart in so it could be shiny like an enamel sticker almost. It does take a little bit of practice to get the top smooth but anything worth doing takes time. ;)
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