JudiKins Mica Gloss ~ Metallic Pigment Inks

Feb 12, 2014

Mica Gloss Inks

Are you familiar with Mica Gloss Metallic Pigment Inks? If not, Metallic Pigment Inks are rich metallic colors that add awesome color to all forms of artwork. You can apply these inks with a brayer, paint brush, or my favorite, your fingers. You can use Metallic Pigment Inks on paper, jewelry, shrink plastic, and rubber stamps. You can also heat set them on non-porous surfaces. These little bottles pack a big punch too, a little goes a long way with these inks.

On the top photo I used a paint brush to apply the Mica Gloss Metallic Pigment Ink to the embellishments. Once I had the inks as I liked them and heat set them using a hand held heat tool I applied a coating of Fluxe Enameling Resin over the Metallic Pigment Inks. Fluxe gives the effects of high-gloss resin that comes in an easy to use powder. You can melt it to a hard finish using a toaster oven set at 250 °F or melt it using a little secret I discovered and share in my book.

On the bottom mini canvas embellishments since I was covering a large area I used my fingers. Once heat set this flower was ready to be attached to the base using a strong liquid adhesive.

Metallic Pigment Inks Flower

The step by step instructions and the unique ways I created the heart and flower shapes for these two projects can be found in “Delight In The Art of Collage.” An autographed copy can be purchased in my online store or on Amazon.

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