Adding Jacquard Pearl Ex Powdered Pigments to the surface of Epoxy Clay is a great way to add color and visual interest to your jewelry designs.
With time, the Jacquard Pearl Ex Powdered Pigments applied to Epoxy Clay can fade in color and “rub” off. To keep the colors vibrant, here are 4 ways to seal Jacquard PearlEx Powdered Pigments applied to Epoxy Clay.
4 Ways to Seal Jacquard Pearl Ex Powdered Pigments Applied to Epoxy Clay
- Nunn Design Resin with a matte finish
- Nunn Design Resin with a high gloss finish
- Castin’ Craft Resin Spray
- Jacquard Pearl Ex Varnish
1. Nunn Design Resin with a Matte Finish
In this example, I applied a thin coat of Nunn Design Resin over the cured Epoxy Clay. Once the Nunn Design Resin was cured, I lightly sanded the resin surface with steel wool. The end result provided a matte finish that I really like.
2. Nunn Design Resin with a High Gloss Finish
In these two examples, I applied enough Nunn Design Resin to create a high dome to create this high loss look. This too has a lovely effect!
3. Castin’ Craft Resin Spray
Using Castin’ Craft Resin Spray creates a semi-gloss finish once applied to the cured Epoxy Clay.
4. Jacquard Pearl Ex Varnish
I haven’t used this product, but it is the product recommended by Jacquard. Has anyone tried it? Would you recommend it?
Please let us know if you have other products that you use to seal Jacquard PearlEx Powdered Pigments applied to Epoxy Clay. We’d love to know!
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