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Perfect Pearls Powder Pigments

by Ranger

Create dazzling pearlescent effects with Perfect Pearls Embellishing Pigments. Specially developed with a built-in resin, Perfect Pearls are easy to use wet or dry. Mix with watercolors, inks, acrylic paints, Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel, embossing powders and other mediums for radiant results!

Perfect Pearls Embellishing Pigments are non-toxic acid free. Each pigment comes in a transparent jar, with 2.75g of pigment per jar.

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Perfect Pearls Powder Pigments

by Ranger

Average User Rating: Based on (4 Reviews)

5 4

Anthony Nguyen from Bowie, MD says:

i love this powder i use them in a more fine art way and use them mostly for sculpture .printmaking and sketchbook work

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Can you mix these with resin?

- Asked by Michelle Anderson on 24-Jan-14

Yes, these pigments mix with any medium including resin.

- Answered by MisterArt on 27-Jan-14

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Rated by: Anthony Nguyen in Bowie, MD
i love this powder i use them in a more fine art way and use them mostly for sculpture .printmaking and sketchbook work
Rated by: Stephen J. in Conyers, GA
Perfect Pearls is one of my favorite mediums to work with. They are so versatile you can emboss or paint. I want them all...
Rated by: Marzena L. in Andover, NJ
These are excellent for polymer clay projects! I combine these with rubber stamping techniques to recreate antique jewelry and these can be rubbed on using your fingers. Just remember to seal the cured clay, because the pigment may rub off over time if not sealed. But these are loads of fun.
Rated by: Lisa J. in Marana, AZ
I just love these products, I am a big fan of Ranger products, and I saw these being used on a show I watch,so I had to try them, just as all of there products these did not disappoint, I have used them in several ways, and they always come out looking great.

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