Makalina Makalina
I won the costume contest! I would love to post a picture if someone would tell me how...
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[Deleted User] [Deleted User]
Ahhh! that's awesome!
I haven't yet figured out how to post an image to this forum...maybe someone else might know?

annette
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ChaoticK ChaoticK
Post the link to a location in an online storage account (Flickr, Facebook, etc.)
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[Deleted User] [Deleted User]
Thanks!
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Bellknap Bellknap
Ok I just had to figure this out myself. I started with Instagram and frankly it was too complicated. So I posted a photo on Flickr and then you simply copy the link into your message here. Then when you post your new discussion your link will become clickable and others can see your photos.
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Bellknap Bellknap
With that said I see that others have been able to post the photo directly into the comment section of the discussion. Can anyone share how you did that? Thank you.
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Jacquardmod Jacquardmod

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Jacquardmod Jacquardmod
I am testing this to see if pictures will post with embed codes.
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MaryE MaryE
Lovely, I just bought a class in corset making. Now you have me thinking about designing my own fabric!
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Rachelv42392 Rachelv42392
Did the fabric still feel the same or more stiff like regular paint does to fabric?
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Jacquardmod Jacquardmod
Lumiere does have some texture to it. If feels slightly rubbery. You can make it feel softer by adding about 10% water. Don't worry about the adhesion, Lumiere sticks better than any other paint.
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