Gilding Flakes
May 26, 2015

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Glo (posted 5 years 6 months ago)
Sandhills Patty, thank you for your tips.
Glo (posted 5 years 6 months ago)
Thank you, Gail, for your tips, this is such valuable information. Wonderful presentation by the two of you. I am so inspired to try these! Thank you.
Jeanne Tipton (posted 5 years 6 months ago)
Thank you for that question, Linda McCool. I was wondering the same thing.
Sandhills Patty (posted 5 years 6 months ago)
Love the Guilding Flakes and projects. So elegant. Thank you Ladies!! A few tips... you can stick a dry stipple brush into the flakes to pick them out of the container..then pat onto your project. Also you can spread the Flitter Glu evenly onto your sponge with a cheap plastic knife or pallet knife. There is no reason to rush to stamp, the Flitter Glu will stay tacky for up to 2 days. But clean your stamps immediately after using with the glue. (Hot water and dish soap)
Linda S. in NE (posted 5 years 6 months ago)
I love gilding flakes, and am always looking for new and clever ways to use them. You guys fill the bill. Thanks.
Linda McCool (posted 5 years 6 months ago)
Love these but have a do these differ from mega flakes (already bought all the colors!)?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Guilding Flakes and MegaFlakes are both made from metal leaf. There are simply two different companies providing them to us, giving us more color options.
Leticia Seaman (posted 5 years 6 months ago)
MEGA WOW!!! these projects are amazing, so elegant and beautiful. Thank for sharing these techniques with us. You are the best.
Elise (posted 5 years 6 months ago)
Love the look of the Gilding Flakes! Spectacular!!! You ladies did such a great job of demonstrating these. Thanks!
This was a fun surprise to find a new Webisode after your day of Paper Wishes Live. We appreciate the hours of time and energy that you put into bringing these products to life for us.
Valerie Breingan (posted 5 years 6 months ago)
Definitely on my buy list.Thanks Gail for the in depth description on how to. Love this look. Blessed day
Diane Lynne C. (posted 5 years 6 months ago)
Wow! Was I surprised to see this webisode after watching LIVE today. What a pleasant surprise.Thanks for more beautiful cards.
Laura (posted 5 years 6 months ago)
Holy Cow! I didn't expect a weekly webisode on top of the live webisode today! You are spoiling all your fans...thank you! I love all these projects, but I really love Debbie's the best. I keep hearing her name over and over lately. I really like her stuff, as well as all the other stuff from all othe other fantastic designers.
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