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Thanks DianaHMI just bought an e-book about working with resin only to find, that I've actually written the part I was most interested in myself (without getting any credit whatsoever). In the e-book there is a summarised version of my tips and instructions. On their web-page they have more detailed chapters than in the e-book for different topics (these ones are free to read of course). One of these online chapters is an exact copy of selectet steps of my instructables just without my pictures. Again not a single credit.I assume we as writers own the copyrights of our entire content not just the pictures. Right? I will definitely ask a refund for the paid e-book and I want to be credited or the content should be deleted.
Hi. It's the Resin Pad by Cleopatre. It's a French company but I think the sell products all over the world. The have very good quality resins too.
I would test it with a small piece first. When using real glass the main problem will be the heat and there will be no way to know how the material will react to it. I don't think a layer of glue will make a difference. But I would love to see you final result. 😊
Because they seem to be very small and delicate I think dry with hair spray would be the best. And I wouldhang them upside down to let them dry. That's my best guess. But tell me (us) how it went.
I tried these methods too with rose petals. But nothing worked like I wanted, but the dried with glue version looked best.
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No, it wont work with normal paper. It's a special print on so called backlit paper and I had to order it. It's more transperant, a bit similar to very thick baking paper.
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Nice idea. As for the name, this was the most difficult one to name. Even in Switzerland there are several different names for them. And we also have flowers called Aster, but they are purple. So botany is difficult ;-)
Sounds interesting � I will try that, thanks.
Sounds interesting. I will try that, thanks.
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Hi. I never had a problem with walking around the arrows on the outside. So no, I didn't think about it, but interesting question.But if you put them inside with the bow, it would be a bit tight. Maybe better make a long flap to cover them from the outside.
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Nice instructable. (As a Swiss I will try look over the use of non-swiss-cheese, but its hard ;-) ) Just an other insider tip: Fondue should always be stirred in a 8-shape. It prevents the cheese from backing to the pan in the Center.
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