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  1. Sedara Bond

    So I either messed up or I need lots of help! I made a beautiful Beauty & the Beast tumbler with material and when I went to wash it by hand it has this milky white residue all around the top to about 2 inches down. I am heart broken. What did I do wrong?

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  2. Kenna Dyer

    I've tried making these a hundred times & I keep getting the wet looking spots in it. Any advice on how to not get those in the fabric?

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  3. Brandi Munguia

    I doubt you’ll see this because this video is so old, but a few years back, I had 2 separate foot surgeries and I hated how plain my casts were. So I got coordinating fabric square bundles and mod podged them to my cast to make them look more aesthetically pleasing. They always turned out great but, it usually took me about 3-4 hours from start to finish because it was really difficult to bend my leg in a way where I could cover the back of the cast.

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  4. Courtney Wood

    What a helpful video! You described everything you were doing and didn't have any music so you could be heard when you were speaking. I do have a question: what size fabric did you start with?

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  5. Evelyn Fabrie

    I’m laughing at myself right now. I kept pausing the video because I heard that beeping noise. I finally figured out it was in the video.

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  6. Rebecca Colegrove

    I love that cup !What a perfect fabric for this project. After seeing how much work that's involved I would rather pay you for it.This is a beautiful cup.I bought one similarly decorated mug with an angel and my name on it. ILOVE IT!

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  7. Lynette Pascua

    It is a very good video, and the cup looks great, I know "Art Resin" is FDA approved for food or drink, but are all resin ok for food snd drinks, since your lips will be on the resin, just wondering

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  8. Gerilyn Muggli

    oh my goodness thank b you for the great tutorial. I'm very new to this craft. So many things to learn. Now I have another addiction. LOL

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  9. Andrew & Aunt

    Do you do a layer of epoxy then vinyl decal and then another layer? Or can you add the vinyl decal before any epoxy goes on it? Thanks!

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  10. bathsheba dailey

    Looks great! One question, I did not see how you done the top of the cup with the fabric. Do you just use your finger and trace around it?

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  11. NubianLockedPrincess

    Thank you so much! Just began to make fabric tumblers! I love it! I sew. I have so much fabric! My tumblers were perfect the first time!

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  12. Jennifer Davis

    I tried to do this and i waited over 72 hours before using the cup, when i rinsed the cup water seem to be getting to the fabric. Can somebody please tell me what i did wrong??

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  13. lauren coll

    Was curious if maybe instead of using mod podge on the last coat before epoxy could you use a clear coat sealing spray ? I suck with getting a nice even coat of mod podge !

    Ps: omg a squirt top on your epoxy bottle !?!? Did that come with it ? Or did you buy that separate? What a great idea!

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