When I got products from Ceya I wanted to combine glitter and mica powder. On the first try, I decided to make an ornament. Having not done this before, I wasn’t sure of the outcome, but I am thrilled with the results and can’t wait to try other applications.
If you’d like to see more products from Ceya I have an unboxing video here:
New to me craft product unboxing from Ceya. #affiliate
What a great group of Ceya products. I was asked if I would be interested in a review of this new-to-me line of products. Of course, I said yes. Ceya makes a variety of different glitters, crushed glass, and mica powders and these containers are huge! (I was impressed)
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Make a mini mica card using up materials you have on hand.
I like making cards that are alternative sizes. This is a good technique for using up scraps and materials you already have on hand. I am using a lot of materials to make this simple card but you don’t have to have them all to make a similar card. Follow along with the video tutorial to see how this simple card is done.
Versamark ink pad
alcohol ink marker
Here is a close-up of the finished mini card. The mica powder really shines in person. I like how the colors are enhanced by the black cardstock.
Let me know what you make cards in a variety of different sizes. I think mini or small are my favorite.
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What the entire process of making polymer clay earrings using mica powder.
This post is a part of the DCC (Designers Craft Connection) Group. We are sharing our favorite materials and products. For me, that was a bit difficult to choose as I like working with a variety of different materials. I ultimately chose to work with polymer clay and making jewelry. It is a material I have worked with for a long time, although I don’t post a lot about it.
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