Artist Spackle
May 8, 2012

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tabitha grace jones (posted 1 year 6 months ago)
Love the decorated triptyc - reviewed the instructions - however, the stencils used weren't listed. Could you please help me out?
Thanks.
Blessings-
tabithagrace
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Hello, Tabithagrace. Unfortunately, that stencil has been discontinued. Thankfully any butterfly stencil can be substituted. Some suggestions the designers gave are http://www.paperwishes.com/products/4004985 and http://www.paperwishes.com/products/4060845 but really, let your imagination run wild, as you can use just about any stencil you’d like.
Iris (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
Through the years I've watched your company grow, as have so many other people, and I only wish all of you continued success. Everything is always fun and user friendly. The webisodes are a great help for inspiration and ideas! I love it all!

Thanks so much!
Iris
Kristi C (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
I love you gals. You are so much fun to watch. Thank you.
Annette (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
Another terrific webisode and product. I want to try Artist Spackle. Reminds me a bit of dimensional paint. And sounds like a lot of fun to use! TFS!
Kathy in OR (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
Wow what an interesting new product lots of possibilities. Could you tell me if this product would stick to a shiny surface like your silver linen paper or your holographic card stock.How cool would that look Ann. I share your love of anything shiny. Thanks, Kathy
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Ann tested the Artist's Spackle on the holographic paper and it stuck! Then she added glitter and it worked! Great ideas, thank you for asking.
Jeannie (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
This really fires up my imagination! I think I need some Artist Spackle... soon, very soon.
I want to experiment with it in my mixed media jewelry.
Davina (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
Another great webisode. Try using Spellbinders dies too to 'spackle' through - just wash them immediately. They work beautifully
martha eddy pieres celis (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
Super especial este productoproporciona muchas ideas. gracias
Sue in Ky (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
Beautiful projects! I really enjoyed this webisode. I think you could also color the spackle with paint. I wonder what would happen if you mixed glitter in the spackle. If you have a die cutting system, I think you could use the negative space after cutting a shape as a stencil.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Unfortunately, mixing glitter into the spackle wouldn't work as well. The spackle is so opaque that the glitter wouldn't show up!

What a great idea to use the negative space of a die cut as a stencil! We'll have to try it!
Suzi in Virginia (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
I love Artist Spackle effects that you demonstrated! The material seems to be flexible and sturdy. Regular construction-grade spackle is powdery when dry and not as suitable for cardmaking. I can't wait to try this! It looks like it would be great on boxes, frames or other 3-d surfaces that aren't handled too much.
Judith Stout (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
This artist spackle is awesome. Can't wait to get it.
Barb (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
So fun! I remember doing something like this ages ago w/thick embossing paste. But the new spritz and sprays have added a new color concept. What about using chalks once it is dry?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
That should work!
Susan Herst (posted 2 years 4 months ago)
Okay Ann....did you try adding glitter to the spackle??? Wonder if that will work....
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We haven't tried it yet, but we're betting it would work as long as the Spackle was still wet.
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