| | Re: Korker info
I remember your korkers you posted a few weeks ago and I thought they looked great! I haven't tried selling anything yet so I can't answer many of your questions. However, I have been trying to make perfect korkers for months now and I have never been happy with the way mine turn out. Something just wasn't right about them, but I followed all the tutorials and read through 40 pages of korker posts here. Then the other night I mistakenly baked my korker ribbon at 375 instead of 275. I also ran them under the faucet before I baked them. The ribbon turned out so tightly korked and beautiful! I sprayed them with the 1/2 sta-flo 1/2 water mixture and let them dry. I think I have finally got them the way I want them now!