If you have come from HALEY's site then you are on the right path.
I love this stuff!
Do you? Have you had the chance to use it?
Liquid Glass adds a dimension to your artwork that makes it shine or stay put.
It is a must have in my scrampin stash of supplies/tools.
Liquid Glass can be used as an embellishment or a liquid adhesive, how cool is that?
Just add a dab of it to your lumpy and bumpy embellishments for a super strong stick. I've even used it on my kids toys when a small piece has broke off. It comes in handy when you need just a little tiny area glued down and your Tombow is just too wide. I have also used it to attach fabric pieces together.
Here is a list of ways that I have used Liquid Glass on my artwork:
* On a Water Splash for a pool or beach page
* To give Shine to an Easter Egg as seen on this layout here
* On swirls on artwork for a subtle WOW factor
* As flower centers or dew drops on a flower
* Squirt a little bit of Re-Inker out and mix it with Liquid Glass for a tinted affect
How will you use Liquid Glass next?
Here is my ARTWORK SAMPLE using this fabulous little tool as my embellishment....it coordinates perfectly! LOL.
I chose to accent my B&T Duos with Liquid Glass. I added a dab to each "circle" on the paper and to each flower center. I also squirted out a big blog which dries into a great shiny clear accent instead of a brad or sparkle. Unfortunately I took my photo before the Liquid Glass was dry so you don't get the full affect. I will update the photo though so you can see a before and after of the Liquid Glass.
Now HOP on over to CINDY's site to see how she used LIQUID GLASS.