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Re: glossies


From: Judy Nagel (jdnag)
Date: Thu Aug 03 2000 - 12:21:19 PDT

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    FYI Those acrylic glossies can be found on p.44 in the Sax catalog. I agree
    they are great! Hope this helps. Judy
    jnagel
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    From: <Batmom44>
    To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
    Sent: Thursday, August 03, 2000 6:18 AM
    Subject: glossies

    > The acrylic glossies that I have are great for painting on surfaces that
    > acrylics usually won't adhere to well. On surfaces such as glass they can
    be
    > heated in an oven so that they will survive the dishwasher. I have used
    them
    > on leather, glass, plastic and metal with great success. I did an on-going
    > recycling project one year. The students got extra credit for bringing in
    an
    > object that the family was ready to throw away and redoing it so that it
    was
    > attractive again. It didn't apply to broken items unless they were able to
    do
    > the repairs before bringing them in. And we had to use a little
    discretion. A
    > coffee pot, toaster or toaster oven was not a good choice. :-)) But we
    > did some great lamps, metal canisters, etc.
    > Reatha
    >
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