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Iced Branches?

Posted by shaddy101 (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 6, 06 at 17:17

Ladies, have been searching for the Colorfill Diamond vase filler, does someone know where to find it other than on the internet?
I tried Michael's , they didn't have it but knew what I wanted.
While there, I saw red berry wreaths, with some sort of"frosting" on them, not flocking, because it was more granular, like detergent granules. Came off rather easily also, not like the flocking, this just falls to the floor.

I would love to try the vase filler, but to have it sent is going to be far, far more pricey than I can afford, but I would prefer to find a hobby store somewhere that might handle it.

As for the "frosting", someone suggested flocking, don't think so, as it is not as granular, nor can you mound it as the real stuff takes care of this all by itself. It looked so realiztic, and to touch it felt quite real as well.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for any help!!!!!!!!

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RE: Iced Branches?

here ya go

Here is a link that might be useful: save on crafts site link

RE: Iced Branches?

More iced branches from Factory Direct Craft plus other party and wedding items

Here is a link that might be useful: More Iced Branches

RE: Iced Branches?

I bought mine at Joann's around Christmas time.

RE: Iced Branches?

I bought some at Michael's. If you have another store not too far away, you might call them. You also might just ask another person at the same Michael's maybe you'd get a different answer. They seem to be way under staffed. - Gail

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