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8 Ways to Use Natural Gold Mica [NATURAL EARTH PAINT]

8 Ways to Use Natural Gold Mica [NATURAL EARTH PAINT]

Dec 28th 2016

#1. Natural Gold Mica Oil PaintIngredients: Natural Gold Mica & Refined Walnut Oil1. Pour small mound of gold mica on a glass palette 2. Pour small amount of walnut oil on top3. Mix with a palette knife until smooth (adding more oil as needed).4. Paint!#2. Flash Guilding1. Brush an oil or water-based adhesive onto dry painting surface. We used walnut oil.2. Dip dry, soft brush into dry mica.3. Dust onto wet surface.4. Wait until completely dry be...
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Make Your Own Professional & Natural Watercolors

Make Your Own Professional & Natural Watercolors

Feb 22nd 2016

Making your own watercolors allows you to make an incredibly archival, very high quality paint that has a more brilliant luminosity (see comparison to commercial tubed paint below) and are free of fillers, preservatives, heavy metals, petroleum-based pigments and toxins. And it couldn't be simpler!Ingredients: Natural Earth PigmentsGum Arabic Powderhoney (if you want a vegan version, use glycerin)clove or thyme essential oil (optional pre...
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Make your own Natural Clay House Paint [NATURAL EARTH PAINT]

Make your own Natural Clay House Paint [NATURAL EARTH PAINT]

Aug 27th 2015

Every room in my home is painted with this natural clay paint that's easy to make, economical, and gives my home a beautiful, soft, adobe-like look. I get compliments from all my guests!Supplies Needed:drill with paint mixer attachmentbucketflourboraxNatural Earth Pigmentsfine sand (optional)Step 1:Make Flour Paste: Mix 2 cups cold water with 1 cup flour, then add to 6 cups of boiling water - stir until thick.Step 2:In a bucket miix 1 part fl...
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Make your own Natural Modeling Clay

Make your own Natural Modeling Clay

Mar 8th 2015

DIY Natural & Non-toxic Modeling ClayMy 4 year old son loves home-made play dough, but in the reality of our hectic days, I never find myself with time to make new batches for him. So when someone gave him a set of modeling clay that permanently stays moist and malleable and infinitely re-usable, I was very excited. I noticed though that there was a toxic smell and it stuck to his hands and dyed them colors. I did a little research and...
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