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As the Earth Turns
maps from National Geographic, clip art, Contact paper transfer, Golden Acrylic Glaze, Neopaque acrylics
1) When gluing down a contact paper transfer, put the
adhesive on the back of the transfer itself, not onto the
The first thing that I did was print out a photo of the earth on Kodak
picture paper using my ink jet printer. I found the picture by doing
an image search on Google.
I had a color photocopy made of the picture. I used that copy to make
a Contact paper transfer.
I purchased the art chalks at my very first stamping
convention a few months ago. They are named "Nouvel Pastel
Carre' " by Sakura. They were so pretty that I bought two
color sets, and I know there are more. The only time I've
ever used colored chalk in my life was to draw on the
sidewalks in front of my house and to write on the
chalkboard in my classroom. But for some reason the
pearlescent ones said "Buy Me," and since they were having a
sale . . . well, I felt compelled to buy the brights set as
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