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my first bowling ball - can't decide grout color

Posted by zekesmom west tennessee (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 30, 12 at 20:01

Please take a look & tell me what color grout you would use. Trying to decide if light or dark would look better.

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RE: my first bowling ball - can't decide grout color

Very nice! Has to be your personal preference (I'd probably go a light color grout) ...have you looked at the BB in the GJ Inspirational album? I posted a link today on another thread...but I'll put it here...maybe it can help you decide. TFS! Jeanne S.

Here is a link that might be useful: GJ Inspirational Album Bowling Balls


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RE: my first bowling ball - can't decide grout color

I too think that with the softer colors of the glass pieces, the lighter grout would look better. Let us see your finished creation!


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I think lighter grout,also. Dark grout would just make it drab.


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Thank you all. :-) & especially for sharing the link for the albumn - I had somehow missed it in my searching. Very inspirational & I have 3 more balls to do something with.

I love the dragonfly one - I've been trying to figure out how to get a dragonfly on one & this approach had not occurred to me.


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RE: my first bowling ball - can't decide grout color

That looks amazing!!! Where did you find the green ovals? I have only seen round ones. I would go with light grout too.


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RE: my first bowling ball - can't decide grout color

I got the long green ones at Dollar Tree. First time I've seen the long ones too.


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