- 1 Can you use perfect pearls in resin?
- 2 What is the difference between perfect pearls and pearl ex?
- 3 What is perfect pearls made of?
- 4 Are perfect pearls Mica?
- 5 Can you emboss with perfect pearls?
- 6 How do you seal perfect pearls?
- 7 What is mica powder?
- 8 Can I use liquid pearls in resin?
- 9 What is the best mica powder?
- 10 How do you use Pearl Ex powder?
Can you use perfect pearls in resin?
Create dazzling pearlescent effects with Perfect Pearls ™ and Perfect Medium™. Specially developed with a built-in resin, Perfect Pearls ™ Pigments are easy to use wet or dry. Mix with watercolors, inks, acrylic paints, Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel™, embossing powders, and other mediums for radiant results!
What is the difference between perfect pearls and pearl ex?
The difference is Perfect Pearls is made with a “binder” so that you can add water to make paint. You would need to add a binder to the Pearl Ex powders if you wanted to use them as paint. The difference is Perfect Pearls is made with a “binder” so that you can add water to make paint.
What is perfect pearls made of?
Perfect Pearls are pigment powders made up of fine granules of mica with a built in resin and binder. Therefore you can use them on your paper projects wet or dry. These powders give gorgeous shimmery effects.
Are perfect pearls Mica?
Perfect Pearls is mica powder (metallic dry pigment made from a non-toxic natural silicate mineral) in a small plastic screw top jar.
Can you emboss with perfect pearls?
It’s easy to paint or color with wet Perfect Pearls using a paint or water brush. To achieve beautiful pearlescent colored images, stamp image onto surface of choice using Embossing Ink. Depending on surface color, sprinkle Black or Clear Embossing powder over image.
How do you seal perfect pearls?
Perfect Pearls Pigments
- Supplies Needed:
- Step 1: Apply Perfect Medium to a rubber stamp, then stamp on paper. Dark colored paper or silhouette paper works best with this technique but is not always necessary.
- Step 2: Apply Perfect Pearls.
- Step 3: Remove excess pigment.
- Step 4: Spray with Fixative to set.
What is mica powder?
Mica is a natural stone mineral with shiny flakes. When mica is ground into a powder, you get mica powder. Mica powders are therefore sparkly, sort of like very fine glitter. They’re used to give a metallic or shimmery pearl-like effect.
Can I use liquid pearls in resin?
Third Layer: I applied some gold peel offs and dots of Liquid Pearls. I let the liquid pearls dry completely and then covered everything with a final clear layer of Jewelry Resin.
What is the best mica powder?
Ahead, find every kind of mica powder in nearly every color of the rainbow and let us help shop for the best one for you.
- Jacquard Pearl Ex Powder Pigments.
- Soap Shop Mica Powder Set.
- Artisan Pigments Mica Powder 25 Color Set.
- U.S. Art Supply Jewelescent Mica Pearl Powder.
- Unicone Art Crushed Mica Powder.
How do you use Pearl Ex powder?
Pearl Ex Pigments Instructions
- Mix Pearl EX with a clear embossing powder for rubber stamp embossing.
- Interference colors work best over dark surfaces.
- Mix 4 parts Pearl Ex to 1 part Gum Arabic and add water to desired consistency for a watercolor paint.
- Dust Pearl Ex Powders onto shrink plastic before shrinking.