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Hi Everyone,
I haven't really been in the mood to actually make projects, but I have been wanting to play. Thought today I would show you a video on the Magical Mica's from Lindy's Stamp Gang. They are so much fun to play with and I love the two tone look. The Mica's I used in the this video is an orange with a really beautiful gold called red hot poker (I love the names). What I like best about the Mica's is you don't have to set them,  the gum arabic is already in the Mica's.  You can also use them with Versamark as a rub.




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Have a great Thursday :0)

14 comments

  1. Oh I love this....thank you for sharing .....

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  2. Wow, what great stuff! Thanks for showing this!

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  3. I watched your video and it looks like great stuff. I posted a comment and hope I win so that I could play with it and decide if I want to buy some.
    anallanes@bellsouth.net

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  4. This video was a learning experience for me. Loved all of it. TFS
    TiaD

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  5. Loved this little video Christina! I never heard of mica's before until you started mentioning them and showing it. I may have to get my hands on some of this!! Thank you for sharing!

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  6. interesting! i am a total mica powder junkie and have always been partial to perfect pearls because the binder was built right in. i never heard of these but will have to check them out!

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  7. What a great technique. Looks beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing. Possibilities are endless!

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  8. Your are right that is very pretty and a fun way to dress up the flowers.

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  9. Thank you, Thank you once again for sticking to teaching us new things...without having to spend a fortune to keep up. Your videos are the best ever!!
    Judie
    judieshe@gmail.com

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  10. I absolutely LOVE the way your flower turned out - BEAUTIFUL!!! Hugs, T

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  11. Love the technique. Great stuff this mica is. Looks like it would be fun to experiment with. TFS.
    Marcie

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  12. Just figured out how to leave comments, yeah so happy so I can sign in when I look at your designs. Love your blog.

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