If you’ve been following my series of articles on using Powertex Bister in mixed media art, you might be ready to see some in action. This Powertex Bister planets painting was created for the Powertex UK design team and was published in the online magazine in June. It’s a fun example of how Bister sprays can be used to create interesting effects on a canvas. (more…)
In April my Powertex Design Team project was to create a lamp. There are so many possibilities of course but I wanted to show how to create a sturdy Powertex structure lamp using a bottle as a mould. Powertex Universal Medium is a powerful fabric hardener when used with natural Read more…
Pastel Powertex is perfect for Spring projects, florals and gifts. Pastel colours can be mixed with Powertex Universal Medium to create soft effects for your projects. (more…)
Start at the beginning Do you need help with your Powertex supply list? Powertex projects are varied and versatile and the range of products goes way beyond fabric hardener. So how do you know where to start? Tutors here in the UK run workshops or sell kits to get you Read more…
As you might imagine, when I started out with Powertex I dived in, playing, experimenting and making mistakes along the way. I’ve learned from those early messes and I want to share my Powertex top tips with you. If you’re new to Powertex maybe you will find them helpful.
I was asked for some tips on adding colour to projects made with Ivory or White Powertex. A customer had made a sculpture project but was unhappy with how the colours looked. When she explained, I knew exactly what she meant because I’d had the same problem!