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graphics for glass block night lights

Posted by katrenawalker (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 21, 09 at 16:43

OK!! I've tried to find the graphics for the glass blocks but with no luck! There have been several of you that have said that you get them on the internet. Is there any chance that someone could remember the websites that you used to get them?


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RE: graphics for glass block night lights

www.pccrafter.com


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RE: graphics for glass block night lights

heres another one.
Happy Crafting
oddie

Here is a link that might be useful: glass block graphics


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Oddie what do you print them on? Does it have to be inkjet?
Thanks...


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Iam not sure, I have a hp deskjet, I use for printing, spray a few light coats of spray sealer so the ink wont run, seems to do okay for me.
I would like to try a stained glass mosaice of a angel, useing crumbled tissue paper frist, then pour out colors made from glue and food coloring onto wax paper, when dried I will cut out my desine from them, sounds like it might work okay in my head, but havent tried it yet.
maybe someone will have a better answer to your ?
Happy Crafting!
oddie


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I'd sure like to see that...


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Thank you Oddie for the site - it has awesome pictures. I'm going to try printing some on vellum .... maybe if I Switch this printer to 'photo quality' I can get a good printout.

PS ..Jan -- my mail to you came back , but thanks for thinking of me.


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