6837Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] teardrop net
- Sep 2, 2005Thanks, Loretta, but I'm thinking of a clear paint or glue that you can
use a bead of to make the stone itself. Seems like it should be
On Sep 2, 2005, at 2:06 PM, Loretta Armstrong wrote:
> Hey there!! I keep answering your questions.... 8-P
> I'm doing some bridal alterations right now and occasionaly we have
> to glue those stones back onto veils. I don't know the brand name, but
> there is a glue that we use. It's thicker than superglue, less
> 'intense' than E600. Comes in a black tube. It will be tuesday before
> I'm back there and can find a brand name.
> Sewing around my ever expanding belly is certianly an adventure....
> Sylvia Rognstad <sylvia@...> wrote:
> Has anyone seen the net they sell at Joanns that has little teardrops
> on it? I think it is so cool and since I have a stock of net already,
> am wondering if I could make the teardrops myself. I thought it would
> make good fairy costumes for Halloween. Hot glue beads well but I
> don't think it is transparent enough. Anyone have any suggestions?
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