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January 14, 2011

Here’s how I know…

I’m committed.

If upgrading my stock of gel medium from eight to 128 fluid ounces isn’t enough proof I don’t know what is. Sure I keep the little one around so I can transfer a manageable amount to use at one time, but meanwhile, the big guy is stored in the closet.

Gel medium is literally the glue that holds my mixed media works together. I use it for attaching and for adding texture to my paintings. When I noticed how fast I was going through the stuff, I slowly starting buying a little more each time. Until now. I’m at the Grand Daddy. If gel medium comes in a bigger container I don’t know about it and more importantly, I wouldn’t be able to lift it. Anyway in case you were wondering, I plan to keep doing what I’m doing for quite some time.  I’ve got 100 some more ounces I’m not going to let go to waste. You have my word.

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1 Comment »

  1. Lol! Oh yes, that is quite a big container!!! But I know what you mean!!! I use gel medium to glue plastic or printed out photos, the rest is my special paper glue mix I know from book binding……so have lot’s of fun using your ‘new stock’.
    Smiles, Anke ;)

    Anke — January 15, 2011 @ 11:14 am

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