Working with powders is exhilarating – I simply love it.  If you’re interested to see what I’ve done, grab yourself a copy of  the latest “The Polymer Arts” magazine.   Sage puts together an incredible magazine with inspiration everywhere.  Thanks Sage for allowing me to be part of it all.

My latest tutorial, “Surface Embellished Beads” will soon be released through CraftArtEdu as well which showcases a special powder I’ve been working with over the years.  There’s plenty of tips and tricks included in the class, together with some great variations on the basics and I’ll also share with you some incredible products I’ve discovered along the way.

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Pica Zorra
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From one West Aussie to another – you are most welcome. Credit given where credit due 🙂

Using an embossing gun rather than a heat gun may be part of why it was not a total success. It doesn't generate enough heat so takes ages to make the clay go 'off'. Also I found it difficult to apply the Kato Polyclay as it is so thick. Can it be thinned for easier application?
I'll be hanging onto those beads as they are part of the learning curve. We never stop learning, do we :-))

Pica Zorra
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Debbie, well done on being published! I've only just received the magazine in which your article appeared. I've only recently subscribed and had a few back issues in the deal.

I love, love what you did with the powders! I tried to do the same today but it was not a success 🙂 Not sure where I went wrong but I'll keep plugging away until I get it right.

Cheers,
Chrissie

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