Read Thread: Can anyone use transparencies for image transfers or LTCs?
Could they be used to create animation cels?
... I don't know, but I'm thinking of taping a bunch of 'em together to use as a shower curtain. Or maybe I can cut a hole in my roof and make a skylight. The possibilities are endless...especially when I have hundreds of sheets!! ;^)
Honestly, I don't know what to do with them all. I'm probably going to toss most of them.
... Like this?
You obviously need to test out every possible application for these and report back!
Flower craft I will say she takes forever to explain her technique so you may want to speed up the playback using the Settings gearwheel. Enjoy CTEE
Maybe check with a local school and/or library for takers?
Yup! Cool video, thanks!
... ;) But it's nice to know that some boxers out there really give a sheet!
Maybe the school's art teacher could use them. Art teachers save everything.
"Maybe the school's art teacher could use them. Art teachers save everything" got me thinking ... I could probably make very lightweight 'stained glass' shades for my front windows .... Our windows face the woods and/or reservoir on three sides of t...
Could you paint them with glass paint? You know the kind you use to make "faux" stained glass.
I think I replied to everyone who contacted me privately, but if not, please let me know. Thanks.
... What's all this about transparency if you are all contacting each other privately?
Emily . . . Emily, they're talking about transparencies - see through sheets of plastic that you can write on with special markers. A letterboxer has a bunch of them to share. No one is being secret about this.
Oh that is something entirely different . . . . . never mind.
I'm jealous! Transparencies seem to be hard to get. At least when I went into the local Staples and asked for them the young kid who was helping me looked at me like I had two heads. He kept taking the laminating sleeves off the rack and asking "Are yo...
Let me know if you want some! I still have hundreds of them.
... I used these on my glasswing butterfly: http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B00MEY6GEO/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new I liked that you could emboss on them because they are heat-resistant, although I didn't end up doing that. The cheapes...