Saturday, May 17, 2008

Polished Stone - Episode 33

11 comments:

  1. You are awesome! I love to learn all of the things that you teach but I also love how you make me laugh!!!! 80's hair spray...so funny! THANKS!

    Jenny
    http://jenny-outofmymind.blogspot.com

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  2. robyn....you crack me up!!! i too am an 80's girl and felt your pain when the hairspray clogged! anyway....that is a cool technique.....the paper came out really really pretty! thanks for all of your work.

    elise

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  3. Cute technique. Can't wat to play. One question though...What happened to episode 26-32?

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  4. That looks very easy...but too messy for me! TFS! Also, I was thinking Aqua Net hairspray the whole time. Have a good one!

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  5. I love how that turned out! Another thing to add to my list of things to try. very funny about the hairspray ;) LisaMH

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  6. Very cool technique. I wonder if the same thing can be done with alcohol inks? I bought them to dye skittles with, and I don't have reinkers yet. Of course, being a girl of the 60's, 70's AND 80's I have a huge stash of hair spray!!!! (And I still tease my hair! ~ Boy, am I OLD!!!) LOL
    BettyBee

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  7. O U R so FUNNY.. I Loved the sound EFFECTS.. HAHAHAHA
    Can not wait to try this..
    thanks for sharing..

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  8. I love this technique, nice video. If you hold the cotton ball with a pinch type clothspin it doesn't get your fingers messy. That way you don't have to touch the wet cotton ball.

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  9. What a cool technique! You rock :)
    Brenda
    (Another 80's hair girl!)

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  10. Lisa Sturgill6/05/2009 8:54 AM

    Love the technique..I'm wondering if I can use my ETOH inks on some cheapy glossy photo paper from the dollar store (as it doesn't print out photos well at all!). BTW..love, love the background music...

    ROCK LOBSTER!!!! Oh Yeah! As for 80's hair..I had the spiky messy hair, I had to use "Freeze" sprays...LOL

    Thanks Robyn for another great tutorial!!!

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  11. I found you while blog hopping. I wondered how this technique was done. Thank you for an entertaining video, and the instructions as well!

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