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Topic: preserving wine lables ON the bottles?  (Read 1112 times)
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« on: February 01, 2010 09:11:34 PM »

I see a lot of tips on how to remove them, but I am wanting to make candles and glasses WITH the labels preserved - does anyone know how to seal them on that isn't super visible? Like a mod podge or something?
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WUVIE
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2010 06:04:58 AM »

Hello,

You might consider removing the labels, creating your item and then
returning the label to the glass. Perhaps a section of clear adhesive, but
then you would need to be careful not to scratch it.

Some wine bottles feature a painted on feature which does not come
off even in the kiln. I'm currently perusing the wine shops to find
unique labels and bottle shapes. The fun is emptying the bottles.

I'm sorry not to be of much help.

Karen
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