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January 09, 2013



It's always fascinating to read your story and how you got your start. Those are some gorgeous pieces to be sure.

Are there any secrets to working with E6000 as far as getting it to stick permanently? I've tried it (with a fresh tube) a couple of times to glue two metal pieces together and after giving it enough drying time (more than 24 hours) have still been able to pry the pieces apart with my fingers. So that has kept me from exploring this more. (I ended up using thickened two-part resin but don't find that ideal because of the short working time once it gets thick enough to use. Also because of the waste because of the minimum amounts that must be made.)

Brenda Sue

Check the video link above that talks about glue, Cynthia, and it will help you out. This is truly the best, most tried and true glue for this sort of work that there is. ;-)

Katharine @ Sunshine Coast iphone Repair

Amazing collage, how beautiful they are. I really appreciate your piece.

Carmela @ Fax to Email Australia

Truly, they are made with creative hands. These stuffs are amazing.


Making my first collage piece and I have read the jewelry needs to be cleaned for best adhesion outccme. For some reason my iPad will not play the instructional videos to completion so if that is addressed I wasn't able to access it.. What do you clean the jewelry pieces with prior to gluing?

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