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post #46 of 66
Thanks for the Info Ladies. I can't wait to try making them.
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post #47 of 66
Cownsj thank you so much for the tutorial! I tried again using your instructions and had much greater success. I will continue to make more!
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post #48 of 66
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Originally Posted by pood

Cownsj thank you so much for the tutorial! I tried again using your instructions and had much greater success. I will continue to make more!



You're very welcome, and I'm so glad it worked for you. Have fun with it.
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post #49 of 66
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Originally Posted by sweetflowers

My picture tutorial just came out in the ICES newsletter, I also have one on my website. Not sure why the mods will delete this, since we have tons of links to tutorials on here, but oh, well.



Hi, is it in the December or January issue? Thanks a bunch! icon_smile.gif
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post #50 of 66
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Originally Posted by sweetflowers

My picture tutorial just came out in the ICES newsletter, I also have one on my website. Not sure why the mods will delete this, since we have tons of links to tutorials on here, but oh, well.



Your tutorial is awesome. Can't wait to try this!
post #51 of 66
Naturepixie - it is in the January 2011 ICES newsletter thumbs_up.gif
post #52 of 66
Thanks so much... the pictures really help. They did cut some of them for the January article, so I have the full one on my website.

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post #53 of 66
WOW!!! THANK YOU!!!! The turorial was awesome. I am such a visual person. The step by step could not have been any better.
post #54 of 66
I love it thank you!!!! your tutorial is awesome, aim going to try to do some on the weekend for my daughters cake
post #55 of 66
thank you for posting this
post #56 of 66
Thank you for the tutorial link! I tried making a large bubble - large enough for a snow globe but had a hard time trimming the excess gelatin off. Guess I left it to dry in front of the fan too long. It also appeard a little smudgy, not sure if that was from the shortening on the balloon or what. I didn't add any kind of color to the gelatin so next time I'll add some. Definately gonna try this again! This is a very cool technique.
post #57 of 66
There's a trick to that....it is a little smudgy from the shortening, so I spray the inside of the ball with Pam (not shortening) once I deflate the balloon, just a little bit and it shines it up. Other products might work too, but since the gelatin is sensitive to water this is what I have tried so far.

For trimming the bottom, I don't wait until the ball is dry, I wait until it's set up and easily handled (could be an hour or two) but still a little flexible, then I can easily trim with scissors, being VERY careful not to pop the balloon. You will find a large balloon is very heavy and hard to handle when making the snow globes.

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post #58 of 66
sweetflowers can you pm me the newsletter link and your website address.
post #59 of 66
Thank you for the tips sweetflower! I think my gelatin went on thick and then I had the large balloon in front of the fan so it dried really quickly. I will definately try the pam, would have never thought of that. icon_biggrin.gif
post #60 of 66
I tried making my bubbles last night and I am having a hard time making even coats around the balloon. Are most people painting on the gelatine for an even coat or am I the only one who can't seem to get even coats using the dipping method?
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