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|Posted: 2/6/2013 2:43:12 PM|
Can you "see through" the coloring, or does it cover over whatever is underneath it?
For example, side B of Theresa Collins Tell Your Story Diamonds patterned paper is a ledger print with a light grey flower and polka dot design. If I colored in a flower, would you still be able to see the light grey lines? The polka dots? Or even the darker ledger design?
|"Most technical writers make their living describing the smile on the face of a black cat in a dark room in a house that will be built next week." -- unknown|
Made 5000, now what?
Michel's Mom ~ Sugar Plum's Mummie
Loc: Land of Enchantment - Louisiana girl in a Southwest world.
|Posted: 2/6/2013 2:57:53 PM|
All the ones I've used are sheer. I know because I paint my clear plastic spiral binding coils with them and turns out great!
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Michel 9, Onkita 14, Jeannie the Chiweenie 14, and Sugar Plum 16 years!
|Posted: 2/6/2013 8:33:16 PM|
Yes, they are completely sheer... the colors themselves can be anything from subtle to BOLD, but you'll always be able to see what was underneath. LOVE THEM.