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Glitter Bronze Mica Powder 30g

Price £8.64 Inc VAT (£7.20 Ex VAT)

5 out of 5 stars (3 Customer Reviews)
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Shimmering bronze coloured mica powder - ideal for using between glass layers.

Want your glass work to catch the eye? These powders can be used in a variety of ways to create sparkles inside the glass or as a mica lustre in a fused, blown slumped or lamp worked piece of glass.

Use as a powder, or try mixing with Glastac Glue and apply like paint, or use it with flexi-glass for ultimate controllability. 

Mica is a mineral based powder (frequently used in cosmetics). It does not melt at firing temperatures but rather sticks to the molten glass. For best results, use between glass layers.

Product Reviews
5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars Sunday 04 March, 2018 By Susan McQueen - See all my reviews
Love the colour. I experimented with mixing it with Glastac glue (oh, and now I see you suggest that), and found it to be an awesome way to use mica powder. That is the only way I use it. The Glastac contains the mica so it does not blow about and it sets in the glue as if it were a sparkly paint. While it is wet, I mix a few different mica colours, place them on the glass surface and blend the colours at the edges to give it a heated copper metal look. I only put it between 2 clear sheets of Tekta (it looks best with clear) and keep it well away from the edges of the glass. I put on the capping glass while the glue is wet for an interesting and attractive effect. The mica powder must be encased and well away from the edges of the glass, or, after firing, the mica becomes a dry powder once again with the Glastac burned off, and it will have creeped the glass back to expose the mica, which then just starts to fall out. I also add in other elements such as tiny pieces of copper and your larger pieces of mica.
5 out of 5 stars Friday 21 October, 2016 By Stephanie Ortiz
I'm starting in this wonderful world of fused glass......but when i melted my first piece I got so Happy so I haven't stop looking for combinations and stuff to incorporate in my work. Mica powders are Awesomeeeeee!!! We can make lots of different looks with it still amazes me when putting it on my piece and melt
5 out of 5 stars Sunday 19 October, 2014 By Angela Thompson - See all my reviews
love this, gives a fantastic metallic effect especially when mixed with glass powders

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