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Graymatter_Fireworks
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I've been trying to find some of this stuff, but I have not found any resources on where it is sold. I've gone to my local Hobby Lobby and no one seems to have a clue as to what it is. I've also done a search on Google, and it usually brings up Spanish Pages. Can anyone help me out? Thanks - Brandon
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Try a drafting supply store
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You should be able to pick it up at any art supply or office supply store. I haven't been able to find the LetraLine brand lately, but there are others, just look around for graphic artists tape.

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If Letteraline is the same as Letraset (i.e. dry transfer letters), I believe that this business may have stopped manufacturing.

There are a number of alternatives, that (certainly in the UK) are available in pretty much every arts and crafts shop. Will try and find out some names.
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Thanks guys. I've been wanting to give this stuff a try for my torn and restored card routines. Thanks for all the input. - Brandon
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If you can find a copy of Wesley James's "Pristine", he has some good ideas for alternatives to Letraline.

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Lithix
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What is it used for?
Graymatter_Fireworks
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lithix,
I see it used a lot to mimmick the effect David Copperfield did when he did his infamous torn and restored baseball card. You can make it look like you actually peel off the spectators signature. - Brandon
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Is it (Letraline) common in another country outside US or Europe?
Is it avaiable in Asia?
What the Letraline is for? (beside for magic supplies)?
What is the BRAND NAME?

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The thing is though that Copperfield did visually peel the signature off. I wonder if there's a published method to accomplish the same effect.

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