Metal Leaf With Stamps
April 22, 2014

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Marilyn (posted 6 months 25 days ago)
I would like to use the lovely Ella Bella stamp with the Metal Leaf. Must I use the Scoochy Foam or can I just use a stippling brush to remove the metal leaf? Thank you very much for your assistance.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
The Scoochy Foam is what we know works. We have not tried it with the stipple brush.
Donna Wikle (posted 6 months 29 days ago)
Beautiful! I just saw the second webisode before this one. Leave it to me to see them backwards! Learned alot from both! Definitely want to try it.
Pam (posted 7 months ago)
Will the Flitter glue be harmful to my acrylic stamps?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
No, it is a water soluble product. However, our Design team suggests washing the stamp immediately or placing it in a bowl of water until you can get away to clean it. If the glue dries, just sponge it off with a little rubbing alcohol.
Noralee (posted 7 months ago)
When is the second weisode?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
The second webisode featuring Metal Leaf airs tonight! And don't forget we have a week of webisodes for you starting Monday, April 28!
Tena Caduto (posted 7 months ago)
Can you use other glue than the Flitter Glu?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We found that FlitterGlu was the best adhesive for holding the Metal Leaf.
Bev (posted 7 months ago)
I love this look... I remember Gold Leaf from days in the past. How do you clean the flutter glue from the stamp?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
FlitterGlu is water soluble and washes off easily with warm water and mild soap. However, if the glue dries, you can use a small amount of rubbing alcohol on a sponge to clean off the glue. It's best to wash the stamp before it dries.
Karen (posted 7 months ago)
Hi Paulette & Gail! I'm so disappointed I can see this episode!!! I can only watch your webisodes using my iPad because my computer died and your format won't play correctly on my iPad unless I view it through YouTube and it hasn't been posted there. :-( I bet it's another one packed with wonderful,ideas.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
I'm sorry you're having trouble viewing our webisodes. As you said, they are available on YouTube and I have our Tech team looking into the ipad issue. Thank you for letting us know.
Kahy Brubaker (posted 7 months ago)
I LOVED this webisode, I'm so happy I already purchased everything you used, last week. Do we have to wait until next Wednesday for Part 2? Why are Wednesdays taking so long to get here LOL When will be the next Week of Webisodes? I love them but my bank acct doesn't, LOL
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
The second webisode will air tonight! The Week of Webisodes begins Monday, April 28. Lots to look forward too!!
Terri-Lea (posted 7 months 1 day ago)
Can you use spectrum noir pens on the silver sheets?
Thank you for these webisodes!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We don't recommend it! The Metal Leaf is very fragile and there's the possibility it may stick to your pens.
Annette (posted 7 months 1 day ago)
Gold leaf and stamping, I never thought to try this. Does the versa mark work or any other glue? Can glue be thinned; and how do you then clean the stamps - as usual? and two webisodes this week, I CAN NOT WAIT!!! Thank you!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We found that the FlitterGlu is the only one that was sticky enough to hold the Metal Leaf. We don't recommend watering it down because you need the sticky surface to hold the Metal Leaf to your chosen surface.
Glo (posted 7 months 1 day ago)
I am looking forward to the 2nd webisode, thanks!
Glo (posted 7 months 1 day ago)
I love that heart stamp, today's projects are beautiful. Take care...
Diann (posted 7 months 1 day ago)
I have never tried metal leaf,but this is very interesting. It really sets the card off.
Michelle (posted 7 months 1 day ago)
I just LOVE Wednesdays, to get my craft class from Paper Wishes! I love all of your new items, my problem is what to put in my cart, without making it too expensive!! I want so many things!!
Barb (posted 7 months 1 day ago)
You said to save all the little pieces that you scrape off. Are you going to show how you end up using them. Love this look.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Actually you simply pour them back onto a project and tab them in place and brush the excess off.
Dyan (posted 7 months 1 day ago)
I was just thinking about how to use metal leaf with paper. And, voila! Paper Wishes saves the day. This is such a beautiful effect. Thank you for bringing it to us. I must also give Paper Wishes/HOTP kudos for your rubber stamps. I had read they were considered one of the best on the market so I had to try them. They are spectacular - to say the least. The image is so clear it looks almost printed. The backing keeps it adhesive quality. I've since bought 3 more sets and they have become my "go to" stamps.
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