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June 25, 2008



Great tutorial! Thanks so much- I am referring it to my customer who just bought heat&stick.



Thanks Heather, you made me finally open my H&S!! I have been making chipboard letters ever since, they are beautiful! I use the craft ink instead of Versamark and looks great!!



Super cute bag! Thanks for the tutorial!


Ooo, what a pretty gift bag! I love it! The glittery flower looks great! TFS!

Monica S Sheldon

I love the bag and it makes anice gift after putting something into would be a shame to throw that bag away as it looks so gorgeous.

Monika Davis

I'm in the same boat - bought some heat & stick powder more than a year ago and have never opened it either. I watched the tutorial when it came out and thought the same thing....I need to try that. I guess I'll also need to order some glitter!


I wonder if it will work with flocking too?
I'll have to try it.


This is why I love you so much; you're always thinking and creating so I don't have to (hee hee)
Your gift bag is so pretty what a great idea.
I do not own a container yet but I have heard about "Heat & Stick Powder" but had no clue what to do with it.
Thanks for experimenting and sharing Heather!!


I did the same thing. I bought it and the put it away. Then one day I came across it and just had to open it and now use it all the time. Great tutorial!


This is adorable! Love the glittery flower! Need to get me some of that heat & stick powder and chunky glitter.


Great tutorial! :) Another suggestion for using H&S when using cardstock or paper, is to heat it from behind so that you don't over heat and simply dry it out. Not so easy with chippy! LOL!

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