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November 11, 2011


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That is a lovely patina necklace there with the gold cabochon! So pretty Esmey! Thanks B'sue for including my charm bracelet. Your necklace B'sue is Va Va Voom!! love it!

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Here is my Etsy link to the bracelet :) http://www.etsy.com/listing/85897714/vintage-hand-painted-roses-heart-charm
Take a peek! thanks again B'sue!


I was surprised to see you just put the glue on the other stamping and then just immediately attached the other. I have been told one should put glue on the both components, wait for some minutes, and then attach. So is this the way it should be done? :o

Brenda Sue Lansdowne

Hey Skella, there is no need to put on both components and hold at all. This type of glue when applied in this manner, put it on and slide into place, bonds just great, that's why it's the only kind I use. To apply to both sides would be more tedious than it needs to be, far too much glue, and quite messy. Too much glue is not only messy but may actually prevent a good bond. I feel pretty confident in telling you this as I've made thousands of pieces over the last 20 years with this glue....just this way. Very few were ever returned for repairs, which is a pretty good testimony! Try it my way and see what you think. It's less work than you suggest and very effective. Thanks for your comment!

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