Using Artisan Powders

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Hello, gorgeous color!

Frank’s Memory Hardware Artisan Powders are matte-colored, pigment-based powders. They are brilliant, unique products which can be used in so many applications for papercrafts, mixed-media, DIY, and more!

  1. Dry-brush on to age a project.

  2. As a Spray - mix in a spray bottle with water for an aging/coloring spray.

  3. Mix in with Gel - create instant aging in gel form. Brush on embellies, or in creases, for deep, rich color.

  4. Mix With Pastes- create richly colored pastes to use over a stencil or brushed on a project.

  5. To fix tackiness - brush Artisan Powder over a sticky project surface to add a touch of color + solve that sticky situation.

  6. On furniture or floors - to hide scratches, cracks, etc.

  7. For staining wood - add to your favorite furniture wax and gain a whole new color.

  8. And so many more ideas!

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In our January release Frank added four more GORGEOUS Artisan Powder colors to those shown above:

  1. French Amber

2. Orleans Taupe

3. Paris Rose

4. Charlotte Blush

Try these sweet Artisan Powders on paper, wood, lace, resin, metal, fabric, furniture, and more.

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”Hello, everyone! Here is still cold in my country, but I feel that Spring is coming! I made an altered frame with flowers and bees that I cut from Frank’s Spring Farmhouse collection. I put stickers from this collection on the Memory Hardware chain. To add interesting texture to the frame, I mixed Artisan Powders with Snowflake Paste. It colors it and provides that deep, rich texture you see.” ~Nadya Drozdova

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Share with us if you have tried any of our new Memory Hardware products from the winter release! Frank introduced Artisan Powders, Stick Pins, Adhesive Tags, new metalwork, and new albums!

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