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The final all day event for 2012

Here are the dates for 2012 Experience days that Sharon & myself have organised.

Now Booking

Saturday 1st December at Hethersett Village Hall for the last all day event of 2012 & a Christmas Card & gift event
Theme - A whole day crafting
Cost - £25

Future Dates:


Saturday 1st December ~ Christmas gift event

And don't forget for every event you attend you will receive a FREE raffle ticket which could win you a
BIG SHOT BUNDLE.

(Draw to take place during December's Event)

All DAYS HAVE VERY LIMITED PLACES SO BOOK NOW TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT. YOUR PLACE IS ONLY SECURED ONCE PAYMENT IS RECEIVED.



Do you fancy a catalogue party?

Did you know that you can qualify for hostess benefits without having to hold a party?

Just by showing your catalogue around to your family, friends or craft group, If you collect together orders totalling over £150 you will qualify for a free hostess benefits.

If your interested please contact me for further details.

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Email ~ Anytime ~ lovellsinnorfolk@hotmail.co.uk
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Thursday, 28 February 2008

Sakura Pens

Gelly Roll Glaze - 16 colours available


Glaze is a 3D pen - while the nib is pressed to the paper the ink continues to flow, this is due to a spring and ball bearing system - unique to Sakura. The ink is translucent, bright and dries glossy.

Glaze will work on all smooth non-porous surfaces - card, acetate, plastic, glass, ceramic, metal .... It will not work on shrink plastic as it cracks and falls off as it shrinks (unless of course you use your pen after it has shrunk.

Glaze colour's can be mixed or bled together, especially easy on a shiny surface as it takes a little longer to dry. Drying time is about 1 minute on card and on shiny surfaces a little longer. However, if you want to apply a second coat wait a few minutes to ensure the Glaze has hardened.

While the ink is still wet you can add glitter. You can use the clear pen to highlight areas on backing papers, write on dark card or create a resist (on light coloured card write, then rub over dye based ink).

When colouring colour across your project and do not go back (until it is dry) as you can scuff the ink up and spoil the finished look.

Don't forget to take the tiny cap off the nib and throw it away when you have brand new pens.

  • Can be used on all smooth surfaces, such as acetate, metal, glass, cardboard and paper. In addition, it can be used to decorate scrapbooks, jewellery and for other handicraft purposes.
  • The ink requires approximately 60 sec. to dry and remains shiny.
  • The unique ink gives the lines a 3-Dimensional effect.

Application

  • Before use, remove the protective cap covering the tip of the pen (does not need to be replaced).
  • The ink starts to flow as soon as the point is pressed onto the surface to be decorated.
  • Store the pen horizontally with the cap on.
  • Colours can be mixed
  • Once the ink is dry, Glaze 3D-roller is water-repellent

Colours can be bled and blended - especially when using on surfaces such as acetate or metal.

Gelly Roll Stardust - 25 colours available

Stardust is Sakura's glitter pen. There is so much glitter in the ink it is amazing that the ink flows so smoothly between the 2 ball bearings.

You can use them on light and dark coloured card, all colours of shrink plastic, and watercolour with them.

To watercolour with the Stardust pens, tap the ink out onto some plastic I use acetate, and using a Waterbrush add water and make the colour as pale or as strong as you need, then just paint it on. When the ink dries you will still see the glitter sparkling away.

To use Stardust on shrink plastic I would use the shrink plastic with the rough coatings - but I have used the clear one as well. Stamp with Staz On, if it is a new pad then once stamp is inked place it gently on scrap paper before stamping onto the shrink plastic. This is to remove any excess otherwise the ink would bleed through the rough coating on the shrink.

New Gelly Roll Metallic - 14 colours available

The Metallic pens have be updated - the colours and the pens themselves. They now have the double ball bearing system in the nib and the colours have been greatly improved the gold and silver are lovely.

They will work on card, dark card, shrink plastic and water them down with a Waterbrush and paint them on.

Gelly Roll Moonlight - 10 colours available

The Moonlight pens, again have the double ball bearing nib, making them lovely smooth to use. There are 5 'flourescent' colours and 5 'pastel' colours.

They have fantastic coverage on dark coloured card. The will work on acetate - but it is best to colour from reverse side as ink can be scratched off - unless you mix it with clear Glaze.

Moonlight will also work direct on your stamp - with a good huff, Fimo Clay, gloss card and again on metal if you mix it with clear Glaze.

Gelly Roll Souffle

See home page for offer

  • Available in 10 colours, including real white.
  • Can be used on all smooth surfaces, such as plastic, metal, glass, cardboard and (coloured) paper. In addition, it can be used to decorate scrapbooks, jewellery and for other handicraft purposes.
  • The ink requires approximately 60 sec. to dry.
  • The unique ink gives the lines a 3-Dimensional effect.

Application

  • Before use, remove the protective cap covering the tip of the pen (does not need to be replaced).
  • The ink starts to flow as soon as the point is pressed onto the surface to be decorated.
  • Store the pen horizontally with the cap on.
  • Colours can be mixed.
  • Once the ink is dry, Soufflé Deco-Roller is water-repellent.


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