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    Question Crushed Mineral Accents

    Anybody (Nic) used these crushed mineral accents (pdf file)
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    Yes I have my favourite is the SiChromeBlue
    They are really sparkly and gorgeous!
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    ooooooo oooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
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    Yes you can have a go with them too
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    omg lol there is so much i have to cram in lol i gotta play with pmc, look at the kilns and play with enalmels and... and....... and...... bug youuuuuuuuuuu for alllllll your knowledge lmao lol what time are we meant to be arriving? 4am? lol
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    What is your favourite way of setting them Nic? I like the idea of setting them into a syringe squirt!! It sounds like a rather adult version of glitter....bane of all mothers!!!

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    The last lot I did was for a butterfly brooch, I trapped it in between syringe work and fired it with the piece

    you can also embedd them after firing by using resin or polymer clay
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    Quote Originally Posted by MuranoSilver View Post
    The last lot I did was for a butterfly brooch, I trapped it in between syringe work and fired it with the piece

    you can also embedd them after firing by using resin or polymer clay
    Nic x
    OMG yeat another beautiful piece Nic
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    So they are fairly 'chunky' then...not quite like glitter... What sort of diameter are they? I was thinking it was sort of one stage up from pixie dust (mica) - but it looks more like one size smaller than tiny czs.

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    Yes, that's how I imagined them, sort of mica like. I looked at the art clay gold accent too, which looks rather interesting when there's a bit more money around
    Di x

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