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Old 06-03-2011, 02:37
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Default Baking Layered bows.

When you are baking your bows, do you bake the spikes/sprays, loops, bows, separately? And then do you glue them all together? Thank You!
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Old 06-03-2011, 03:34
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Default Re: Baking Layered bows.

Yes. You bake before you glue anything, if you use glue. The heat would melt the glue.
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Default Re: Baking Layered bows.

Yes, definitely don't glue them together first. You might also want to try the microwave for faster results(but again, NO glue). HTH
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Default Re: Baking Layered bows.

Yep bake it all seperate. If you don't want to bake I have found if I am in a rush I can just put the bow together and spray really well with cheapo hairspray and let that sit outside to dry and it is stiff! HTH
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Default Re: Baking Layered bows.

SO I spray and then bake, or bake then spray?
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SO I spray and then bake, or bake then spray?
I do both, spray, bake, then put it all together and spray one last time.
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Old 06-03-2011, 03:52
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Default Re: Baking Layered bows.

thank you all for the answers!
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