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Pearl Ex Powdered Pigments are loved by polymer clay artist all over to enhance polymer clay pieces.
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These powdered pigments work like magic! They can be used to simulate metallic sheens, leather, antigue metals, raku pottery, shimmering pearlescents, and much more!
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These powders can be mixed with with just about any medium and applied to most surfaces! Mix with paint (acrylic and oil), clays, varnish, even wax. Apply to clay, polymer clay, glass, metal, wood, paper, fabric, and both list go on endlessly.
Pearl Ex Powdered Pigments are available at Linda’s Art Spot. We carry set series 1, 2 and 3. Shop the whole collection.
Pearl EX Powdered Pigments at Linda’s Art Spot
Christi Friesen is always full of fun new project and ideas. I found this one and wanted to share. I need a bracelet to match a new summer outfit so why not! If you decide to give it a try share your results on my FB page.
And as always I have Christi’s stamps, powders and more available in my shop.
Click the images below to download or print the directions.
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