These orange flowers make me think of summer and Hawaii. It’s 13 degrees here in Michigan right now, so summer and Hawaii both sound good. Aloha ‘Oe.
I ordered some inkjet cartridges today and they will be here on Thursday. Then I will be able to print bead sheets again. Yay! I also ordered more Mod Podge, a dozen glue sticks, some Triple Thick gloss glaze, and a jar of UTEE. I have not tried the Triple Thick or UTEE yet. So far, I have used Mod Podge and PC-Petrifier wood hardener to coat the beads. I like the wood hardener better than the Mod Podge. I just string the beads up on wire and dip them into the bottle. I usually do three or four coats. I ordered more Mod Podge anyhow because it is good for other things. It just wouldn’t do to run out.
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