Friday, September 9, 2011

Glossy Accents

Last week Cindy asked for a post on how to use her Glossy Accents that has been collecting dust since she bought it. So today I thought I would share with you a few examples of how I have used mine.

Glossy Accents & Crackle Accents are essential mediums in my scrapbooking kit. Glossy Accents is a ultra-thick glossy glue medium that can be used as a sealer or as a strong bond adhesive. Crackle Accents is the same as Glossy Accents except it gives the effect of cracked glass when it dries. Both of these products go beyond simple glue & stick.

In this example: I used the Glossy Accents to add the effect of Dew on the flower. I just dripped a few drops and let it dry overnight.

In this example I had some rub-ons that were old and cracked I wanted to use them on this project but I was afraid that they may rub off over time, so I covered them the letters with Crackle Accents and now they look like I cracked them on purpose. They Accents also makes them appear raised for a glossy embossed look without the messy powder and heat tool.

In this example I used the Glossy Accents to adhere the jewels to the ring base giving them a durable permanent bond.

In this example Glossy Accents was used as an adhesive to glue the paper to the back of the fragment charm.

In this example I used the crackled accents on the face of the clock to give it the look for cracked glass but it also protects the paper from tearing during use.

Cindy I’m going to challenge you to break the seal on your Glossy Accents and use it on your next project.


  1. Thanks Tonya! I'm adding "use Glossy Accents" to my to-do list right now. Plan on something from me in the next few weeks using it!

  2. How cool!!! Soooooooooo think you two should do a post together to show how you used it!!! Can't wait to see what Cindy makes! I loveeeeeeee these!! :):):):):):):):):):):)

  3. I love my Glossy and Crackle accents!! Thanks so much for sharing these awesome examples of how to use it!!!


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