Liquid Glass can turn basic art images into a three-dimensional high-gloss embellishment that will ornament your scrapbook layouts or cards. You and your customers will have so much fun applying this unique accent to your artwork!
Here’s what makes Close To My Heart’s Liquid Glass the product of choice:. Does not require mixing multiple liquids together. Container has a fine tip that allows precise application.
Tips for using Liquid Glass:
- Apply Liquid Glass to any image by squeezing a small amount out of the bottle and onto your art.
- We recommend that you apply a light coat first and then reapply as needed for the desired thickness.
- Drying time can vary from 15 minutes to several hours, depending on how thickly it is applied.
- While the items may be dry to the touch, we recommend allowing 24 to 48 hours for your items to seal. Trim any excess from your image after the longer drying period.
- Once dry, your images are ready to add to your card or scrapbook page. Your image may be stamped, colored in with markers, water-brushed, colored with pencils, or whatever you desire.
- Whichever you choose, make sure your image is colored completely and cut out exactly the way you want it before you advance to the Liquid Glass process because the colored image can’t be adjusted once the Liquid Glass is applied.
- After you learn the process for stamped images, you can easily apply the same techniques to Close To My Heart My Stickease™ art for additional outstanding results.
- Liquid Glass may alter the color of some of the Close To My Heart inks, so make sure you test your stamped image before applying it to your final projects.
- Clean the tip of the applicator after each use to keep it from clogging.