If you need ideas for your next Powertex project, we still have a few books available in our store that will guide you. “L’Amour des Animaux” offers 21 projects as well as essential tips and tricks for creating these models.
Paperdeco Relef Paper is made of dried, decorative mulberry wood, this relief paper is finished off by using Powertex Universal Medium solidifier. Paperdeco Relief Paper – We currently have several of these colours in stock. The beautiful colours of Powertex Paperdeco products are ideal for statuettes, lampshades and many other creative applications. Discover all the possibilities of Powertex Paperdeco!. Made of dried, decorative mulberry wood, this relief paper is finished off by using Powertex Universal Medium solidifier. For example, the Paperdeco Natural Relief Paper has a more compact structure than the white Paperdeco that gives more of a very elegant lace effect. You have a choice of endless possibilities in your creations and even use it to decorate lampshades. When mixed with the solidifying Powertex, The Paperdeco softens. Above all, it is a wonderful product! Have you ever tried it?
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to our customers. We would like to thank all our customers for their loyalty during the difficulties of the last few months. We, at Powertex France, wish you all a very happy and peaceful Christmas and a happy new year 2021.
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Lamp with figurine. This Mixed media lamp measures 97 cm high. Pete used wood, moss. In addition, Powertex Stone Art, a figurine he moulded himself and the Powertex hardener to create this beautiful effect.
Our regular customers may have noticed that many of their deliveries are now sent in reused boxes. Here at Powertex France, we try to reduce our carbon footprint and minimise waste by reducing, reusing and recycling. We want to make sure that all packages received here have the best chance of being recycled.
We hope that by showing you the creative projects Pete has done, we can inspire you to create your own too! So if you’ve created something using Powertex products, please let us know on our special Facebook page, Powertex France and Friends: https://www.facebook.com/powertexinfrance
We hope you enjoy the new look of our website here at Powertex France! We have tried to make the new site as informative as possible, while providing inspiration to all our customers, whether they are experienced or just starting with our wide range of products.
Therefore, perhaps a good starting point would be our tutorials page where you can download instructions and tips on many of our products?
Pete has just finished making this beautiful candle holder (flat-heater candle) with a photo frame. He used one of the plaster angels in the Powertex range currently on sale at Powertex France. This one is called Anael.
To create this lamp, Pete used a beautiful piece of wood as a base. Some dried flowers have been added to create a tree effect. The lamp blind was made with Powertex Stone Art clay and the girl was made with Powertex products.
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This work is essential and will improve the long-term operation of the site. So, if you are having problems on our site in the meantime (for example, a “delay of payment” in our online store, or an order “cancelled” by the site), do not hesitate to contact us as usual at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you want to learn how to create real rust in your works? Do you like anything rusty?
If so, you’ll love this video, which features the work of Powertex Australia’s very talented Ashley Hay. So she teaches you how to use rusty powder for mixed media….
The techniques she demonstrates are easy to follow. Above all, we hope you enjoy watching it. Perhaps you will be inspired to easily apply these techniques in your own creations?
Marble effect with Powertex Hardener
Pete Davies is our National Master Trainer here at Powertex France. He likes nothing better than combining the many painting and creative techniques he has learned over the years to produce unique and original works of art and design.
Pete had a few hours to spare between projects, so he thought he might try using one of his favorite interior decorating techniques – the "marbrage" – using the Universal Medium Powertex. After preparing a piece of MDF panel, he used only black Powertex and grey Powertex to create the marbled effect, and one of Brigitte Grade's new exclusive Powertex stencils for text.