Pearl Ex Pigment is extremely easy to use. Its incredible flexibility lends itself to a vast array of techniques. Your biggest problem may be deciding which technique to use. Here are some ideas to get you started:
Spray adhesive (not spray glue)
Scrap paper, tape and paper clips
Lightly Spray some adhesive, ALWAYS IN A WELL-VENTILATED AREA AND WITH CHILDREN SUPERVISED, on paper the same color as your project. Wait a minute, and experiment by brushing the Pearl-Ex powders on with a dry brush. Try the colors alone and in layers. They are very surprising. Especially try the Interference colors!
1. Place stencil on flat paper and secure with paper clips.
Water Color Painting:
Dark and light colored card stock
Black permanent marker (fine and/or thick)
Both acrylic medium and gum arabic will keep the Pearl-Ex Powders in a suspension, so that they make a plowing paint, (use approximately 20% Pearl-Ex). Painting the Interference colors over black makes the Pearl-Ex change color. Experiment on scraps of paper to try different effects.
1. On light card stocks, draw designs with black marker.
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