Super Sparkle Mica Powder 1 Oz

$6.95 USD
Item# 10316
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  • Add metallic luster to your fused glass or flameworked art
  • Create beautiful, sparkling beads or embellish larger pieces
  • Use with the powder vibe for precise detail
  • Mica powders work with any COE

Product Description

For Gorgeous Metallic Luster
Add some color and sparkle to your glass projects! Fuse, enamel and flamework with Mica powders. Mix powder with Klyr-Fire and airbrush onto glass, then fire. Apply multiple thin coats and fire in kiln to about 1380 degrees Fahrenheit. Roll your glass bead in Mica to apply a metallic shine. Works great with all glass COEs. Can also be added to metal clay, polymer clay and resin casting projects. 1 oz.

Polymer clay necklace by Jennifer Bezingue. From "The Art of Jewelry: Polymer Clay" book #6982. Resin coasters by Marie Browning. From "Casting For Crafters" book #6985. Confetti project by artist Brenda Griffith from "A Beginner's Guide to Kiln-Formed Glass" book #6644.


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Pros : Great to use with glue and put between glass for a great sparkle look
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Pros : I experimented with this before I used it on the piece I wanted. I mixed it with paint medium and brushed on and then did a dry powder sift. I wanted a fairy dust effect so went with the dry powder sift. The result is brilliant! I did another by air brushing on translucent. Let it dry and then covered. Just adds a glow!
Cons : All Mica powders need to be experimented with before you use on your final piece. Keep in mind that is has to be fused between glass and even if you brush on wet or air brush wet when it dries it will smear if not covered right away.
Other Thoughts : Be sure and keep it within 1/4 inch of the edge. Any mica not covered with another layer of glass will just fall away.
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