Mica powder is great to use with clay! As you can see from this previous list of ten, there are numerous ways to incorporate this marvelous product into your work. All you need is an idea and the willingness to experiment. How about a little "clays meets mica powder" eye candy to add a little shimmering inspiration to this Tuesday?
Ten on Tuesday: Ten Photos of Mica Powder on Clay
1. Mica Garden, by Julie Picarello
2. Single Parents 001, by Elizabeth Bonura
3. Carnival Glass Look-a-Llike, by Ruby Shoes Sam (Sandra Miller)
4. Blue Glasses Silver Vines, by MaevinWren (Morgan)
5. WISH-ornament, by tejaesart (Tejae Floyde)
6. Flower Earrings, by beadworx (Bettina Welker)
7. Mistress Maggie's Metal Garden, by dcdesigns (Denise C.)
8. The Critters, by nancymesaaz (NancyMicheloni)
9. Enchanted Tree Pendant, by chickiegirlcreations (Janet)
10. Lumière sur des Effets de Lumière, from Parole de Pâte
(I'm not sure which individual person made the ones in the photo at the top-- Françoise, perhaps? but the photo further down the page is from Tewee. If you go to her blog, you'll find still more pictures of pretty combinations of mica powder and clay.)
You may have noticed that the mica powder was on the surface on all of those objects-- or on the "surface" under a protective clear coating of some sort. Don't forget about all the other ways to use mica powder-- mokume gane, inclusion, etc.
Happy creating, everyone! :o)