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Fran-tage Mica Fragments

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Frantge Mica Kit! Add a touch of nostalgia with pearly mica fragments kits. Comes in 5 convenient jars, one of each color to include pearlized, gilded, bronzed, tarnished and tea stained fragments . Adhere them with any adhesive, sprinkle them into melting Embossing Enamel for an amazing Frantge look. Net Weight 1 oz (30g)

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Comment I love the encrusted jewel technique, but it took a little bit of experimenting before I figured out how to make the mica fragments land where I wanted them. My suggestion is to first heat the embossing powder (from below) until it is partially melted then with tweezers put the mica fragments where you want them. The partially melted powder will grab the mica just enough so when you heat the powder/fragment (from below!) it will melt the powder down which will capture and grab the mica. Last year I made several beautiful Christmas cards using this technique, but my favorite was the one with the cabin snow scene postcard #4005825 from Stampendous.
Submitted Monday, August 19th @ 01:12 PM

 

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