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I need to attach rose petals to a model for several hours - what do I use???

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18 February 2010 14:58
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Thanks for your advice folks. Because of extremely limited time, I went for the easy option of eyelash glue - unfortunately that was just quickly absorbed by the petals, so then we went for the backup plan of the double sided tape. That worked fairly well, with just a few minor embarrassing drop offs. Eventually model number two came armed with spray adhesive and unbelievably that worked best - the only side effect was the glue remaining after several baths - lol



SPRAY ADHESIVE???????????????? emoticonDoes the model have the skin of a rhino???? Do people STILL not realise that skin is a living organ not a piece of canvas.

I sigh in frustration!!! emoticon


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18 February 2010 15:12
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It they are silk petals you could sew them on with some invisible nylon thread. If they are plastic petals you could try melting them on with a soldering iron.emoticon
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18 February 2010 17:57
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Quote from Mike_Dainty_ARTIST
It they are silk petals you could sew them on with some invisible nylon thread. If they are plastic petals you could try melting them on with a soldering iron.emoticon
Mike.



Well I wouldnt put this past some of the people who have suggested in this thread lol emoticon


18 February 2010 19:28
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It they are silk petals you could sew them on with some invisible nylon thread. If they are plastic petals you could try melting them on with a soldering iron.emoticon
Mike.



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19 February 2010 01:13
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19 February 2010 05:05
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You just can't help some people Gaynor lol
Claire LOOOOVVVVVEEEE your new avatar pic great work hun !!



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