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    Last edited by Ruth Moulds; 01-11-2016, 10:19 PM. Reason: more info

  • #2
    I'll bet RhinosoRoss will have a great idea for it!!
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    • #3
      It could be used to make jewelry. cut into shapes for earings things stuck or suspended from it. You could use certain glass paints on it to make sun catchers.

      how wide are the strips could they be used as a glass alternative in picture frames. Oh glass in dolls houses. er could think of more but watchin I I'm a celeb.....
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      • #4
        Originally posted by janetdc View Post
        I'll bet RhinosoRoss will have a great idea for it!!
        Don't go there!
        Cynthia
        http://iforjonesdesigns.website.orange.co.uk

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        • #5
          It could be cut into narrow strips and stamped with Stazon ink and then joined together with jump rings to make bracelets.
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          • #6
            what about decorating them in some way, and sell them as bookmarks

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            • #7
              what about decorating them in some way, and sell them as bookmarks

              cheers
              JOHN

              www.jbwoodcraft.co.uk
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              • #8
                what about decorating them in some way, and sell them as bookmarks
                My thoughts exactly! Can you give us an idea of size please, or better still, a pic?
                Gail x

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                • #9
                  Sounds cool - what did you do with it? Or are you still looking to get rid of it? If so, I'd be interested in a few bits...
                  Cheers,
                  Scorch

                  Scorch's Pyrography : www.scorchpyro.co.uk
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