Want feed back on Twinkling H2O's

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  1. tubachick

    tubachick DIS Veteran<br><font color=blue>Official DIS "good

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    Just wondering if anyone has used Twinkling H2O's at all.

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    I used them one time at LSS at a class for one section of a page but was wondering if anyone uses them regularly to see if you like them or not.

    The one time I did use them I found them to be easy to use and did not require a lot of water to get color on the item you were painting.

    Please let me know if you have used them and think they are worth the price.

    Thanks.
     
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  3. Twigs

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    I never heard of them before, but it sounds interesting.
     
  4. marissat

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    love them............love them ................love them !!!!!

    you can paint right away for a light color, or add a few drops of water, let them sit, stir and you get these dark rich colors. you can also paint on the samp before stamping.

    I suggest using a water brush (pait brush with water in it)

    any more questions...just ask!

    marissa :earsgirl:
     
  5. tubachick

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    I did enjoy using them at my LSS and thought they were great. Is it an easy clean up?

    Thanks for your description of the colors also, we used a pastel color range and even thought the colors were great I was wondering about the darker colors.

    Thanks again.
     
  6. marissat

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    very easy clean up..nothing to spill really beacause they are solid and you don't use the whole "cake" just a bit it if. To clean my brush between colors I just paint on a scrap piece of paper until it's clean. Again I use the water brushes..they are kind of pricey ($5-$7 a brush) but sooo worth it!! These are so easy to use that my 7 yr old loves to use them I don't have to worry about him knocking it over and wasting them. They last a loooong time...I sugest the smaller ones..I have had them for about a year and haven't even but a dent in them. ...I also use them in my stmaping class that I teach and everyone likes them.

    I love their colors but if you are a budget then really look at the sets..some of the colors are a like and I can't tell the difference...also they are going to be coming out in singles (haven't seen it yet)...so if they is only one color in set you like then I would wait.

    Marissa :earsgirl:
     
  7. tubachick

    tubachick DIS Veteran<br><font color=blue>Official DIS "good

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    Is this where you buy them or do you have a different place

    Twinkling H20's

    I would love to purchase some, just don't want to break the bank

    Thanks again. :wave2:
     
  8. marissat

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    It seems like a good price but I didn't check the shipping. I buy mine from my local Stamp Store and she sells them for $8 for the small ones....there is a link on that site that shows you all the "local" places to buy them..maybe check that out first.
     

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