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Old 2005-06-11, 1:41pm
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Default Glass paints??? Has anyone tried these on beads?

http://www.pebeo.com/us/index.htm
Here is what my Daughter painted with these, can we paint with it on beads? You let it dry for 24 hours then put it in the oven, Does it scratch off? Has anyone used these?
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Old 2005-06-11, 2:09pm
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Suzy that is so cute! Just try a bead or two put them on a bracelet and wear em around for a couple weeks to see how they do.
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Old 2005-06-13, 6:00am
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Deepwood Art (Fran) uses them. She sys they are quite durable and sold some sets on ebay. There was a thread in wearables on wc about it and I put the right kind of paint in my ca gift. I know Amy of Zoozi uses them too.
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Old 2005-06-14, 10:00am
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Pebeo or Liquitex Glossies can be used. You can use Pebeo Porcelaine 150, or the Vitrea 160 (150 is thicker). Liquitex Glossies have a brighter color range, more opaque, better metallics. All must dry for at least 24 hours, and then fired in the oven or kiln appropriately. Once fired and cooled back to normal temp they are extremely durable. I've got the Pebeo 160 and Liquitex Glossies sets. Love 'em!
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