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Author Topic: Using Sheet Gelatin for Windows HELP!!!!  (Read 1601 times)

Offline adamwerner

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Re: Using Sheet Gelatin for Windows HELP!!!!
« on: December 17, 2019, 12:39:10 pm »
Hi Joannie,
I don't think you will be sorry you went the hard candy route...  Although Sheet Gelatin looks great in certain applications it can be a royal pain to work with and as I've noted, I believe hard candy can look every bit as realistic.

By the way: I am also making the Ivy House this year!  It's an awesome pattern; I agree it's a bit challenging but it's also been a lot of fun to do. [Thank you Loreta! :)]    I will share some photos when its completed and would love to see your version of it as well.

Best,
-Adam
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