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From: Eva (mejsel) DelphiPlus Member Icon2/24/05 5:24 PM 
To: T-Roo (tkaylen)  (11 of 102) 
 38440.11 in reply to 38440.4 
Wrong Tonja! It's a sanding device LOOKING like a toothbrush. *LOL*
...and thanks!

EVA

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DOESN'T MAKE YOU AN ARTIST!

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From: Eva (mejsel) DelphiPlus Member Icon2/24/05 5:29 PM 
To: cghstuff  (12 of 102) 
 38440.12 in reply to 38440.5 

Thanks, Celeste

It's pretty easy to use - and I dare say it saves a lot, both sandpaper and time. It's amazing how many dots you can *squeeze* out of a sheet of sandpaper.

Go for it - I'm pretty sure you'll like it. 

EVA

THE FACT THAT NO ONE UNDERSTANDS YOU,
DOESN'T MAKE YOU AN ARTIST!

Visit my website.
CLAYHEAD

 

 
From: Eva (mejsel) DelphiPlus Member Icon2/24/05 5:38 PM 
To: Ilene2004 DelphiPlus Member Icon  (13 of 102) 
 38440.13 in reply to 38440.6 

Thanks Ilene

How do you glue the sandpaper onto the bristles? On my first *trial and error run* I put glue on the sandpaper and attached that to the bristles and the sandpaper came of almost instantly - then I put a good size blob of glue on the bristles and attached the sandpaper. That helped......

Butterfly cane???? You must have me confused with somebody else - I never made a butterfly cane. I'd love to, though ;o)

EVA

THE FACT THAT NO ONE UNDERSTANDS YOU,
DOESN'T MAKE YOU AN ARTIST!

Visit my website.
CLAYHEAD

 

 
From: Ilene2004 DelphiPlus Member Icon2/24/05 5:49 PM 
To: Eva (mejsel) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (14 of 102) 
 38440.14 in reply to 38440.13 

Hi Eva,

Oops, that was Kerstin's butterfly pendant! That's what I get for trying to conserve on posts and do everything in one shot - lol! (Sorry Kerstin)

The other paint that I used in my dichro is Stewart-Gill Alchemy - Pacific. I can't keep all these Stewart  - Gill paint names straight!!!

Ilene

 

 

 
From: Eva (mejsel) DelphiPlus Member Icon2/24/05 5:51 PM 
To: TLT1946  (15 of 102) 
 38440.15 in reply to 38440.7 

Better get right on with it, Terry, before it's thrown away - that would be a crying shame. It is very useful for small items. You can hold them in your hand, sand - and see what you're doing. Oh, and it's so much quicker than the tumbler for a small batch of beads.

I wish I could afford a tumbler, though - might make me wanna make a LARGE batch of beads.

EVA

THE FACT THAT NO ONE UNDERSTANDS YOU,
DOESN'T MAKE YOU AN ARTIST!

Visit my website.
CLAYHEAD

 

 
From: Sus (tutudada)2/24/05 5:53 PM 
To: Eva (mejsel) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (16 of 102) 
 38440.16 in reply to 38440.1 
Eva, I just bought myself a cheap elec. toothbrush, and was thinking that exact thing. I guess great minds think alike! Brilliant to buy the extra heads.

Sus An Adirondack Mt.Woman

"A rising tide lifts all boats" JFK

 

 
From: Eva (mejsel) DelphiPlus Member Icon2/24/05 5:59 PM 
To: Parymdk DelphiPlus Member Icon  (17 of 102) 
 38440.17 in reply to 38440.8 

Thanks, m'dear

It is handy for sanding the tiny stuff - also for sanding part of a piece. I've made a couple of eggs with part faux and part filigree, and I think sanding filigree is ruining it. With my new gadget I can make the faux part shine and leave the filigree part as is. That's hard to do with a bigger device - like the tide stain brush.

EVA

THE FACT THAT NO ONE UNDERSTANDS YOU,
DOESN'T MAKE YOU AN ARTIST!

Visit my website.
CLAYHEAD

 

 
From: T-Roo (tkaylen) Posted by host2/24/05 6:06 PM 
To: Eva (mejsel) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (18 of 102) 
 38440.18 in reply to 38440.11 
LOL
 

 
From: Barbara P-W (bdpw10) DelphiPlus Member Icon2/24/05 6:11 PM 
To: Eva (mejsel) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (19 of 102) 
 38440.19 in reply to 38440.9 

Thanks, I will check all sources before buying, including ebay!

 

 
From: Parymdk DelphiPlus Member Icon2/24/05 6:15 PM 
To: Eva (mejsel) DelphiPlus Member Icon  (20 of 102) 
 38440.20 in reply to 38440.17 
you are so smart. I rank you right up there with the rest of the sanding goddess's <smoochies>

Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and good with chipolte sauce.

 

 
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