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Re: [BKARTS] Sugar & Vinegar Paste Papers



Marilyn:

You could always cut them up in little triangles and serve them with tea.

Sorry, ;-)

Patrice


> 
> 
> I found a recipe for sugar & vinegar paste papers and have made some sample
> sheets. They have a lovely sparkly look which I like and the colors are
> bright and clear, but I can't figure out what to make with them. Pasting
> them with PVA makes the sugar runny. They can't be laminated with heat for
> the sugar melts. I used glue stick to mount them as covers on book board,
> but an errant splash of water softens the sugar. So I coated the
> sugar+vinegar paper with a light coat of wax to protect it, but then it lost
> its sparkle. Spraying with fixative didn't work to protect it from running
> if wet.
> 
> The only use I can think of for them is wrapping paper.
> 
> 
> Any thoughts?
> 
> 
> Marilyn Zornado
> 
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