Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Art Alchemy Opal Magic Wax Video - tutorial

Hi again my creative friends!
Last Friday I was telling you there are some really cool products coming very soon - and I mentioned my new line of Art Alchemy Waxes! I was thinking it would be good if I could make a video about each kind of wax so you can see them better and hopefully make friends with them!

Today we are starting with Art Alchemy Opal Magic Wax, the one that you can consider to be a sister product to my Opal Magic Mica Powders - so expect a different effect on dark and light surfaces!


Here is the description of Opal Magic Wax:

Marvellous wax-based paste offering you two great effects in one product! Opal Magic Wax has a special opaque, yet permanent finish. It will give you color-filled, shiny results on dark surfaces; and delicate pearled iridescence effects on lighter backgrounds. Both will turn your artwork into a real treasure! Great for applying with your fingers, sponges, or soft cloths. Perfect for adding colour and finishing touches to mixed-media or home d├ęcor projects. Works on most popular surfaces and elements.

Ready? Here is the video - I hope yu will enjoy! Let me know what you think!



... and one more thing! 
Expect more videos coming very soon - and this weekend, when the final video will be posted we are going to start a GIVEAWAY too, so stay tuned!

Sending warmest hugs

21 comments:

Torsa Saha said...

Can't wait!!

Marie Malmberg said...

Wonderful!

Debbie said...

I don't just like the look of them I love them, looking forward to seeing more new releases xx

Peggy G said...

I so need this; I can't wait until they're available!

corinne de france MARCH said...

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Andrene Smith said...

Beautiful effects! Cant wait to start adding them to my projects.

Debbie Flowers said...

Excited!

karen sabin said...

Love it! Can't wait for it's arrival.

karen sabin said...

Can't wait to start using

Susie Martin said...

Very cool!

barbara macaskill said...

The Opal Magic Waxes sound and look divine!! Cannot wait to try them with my own little, inky hands! i love all of your products and am sure this one will become one of my favorites quite quickly! Thanks for the sneak peek! Can;t wait for more, more, more!!

Debbie van Dijk said...

Love this!! :-)

Sanderijn de Bruin said...

Such a beautiful product! Oh boy I need a money tree in my garden to get all these lovely wax jars.

Marci said...

Gorgeous effects with these waxes!

michboo said...

New year new projects to get stuck into, I shall be starting some new projects soon. I think I shall buy some of this ☺

Chris Murphy said...

AHHH I want these! Can't wait for them to come out! Does anyone know when? Apart from January?

angela vaughn said...

Wow I love the Opal Magic Wax collection I don't think there is anything in the crafting world like it. The iridescence and quick drying property will allow use on many surfaces. I make cards, I art journal and some mixed media projects. Yummy

Hema SJ said...

OMG!!...Its so magical...cant wait to put my hands on N work with these tiny magical wax jars......my eyes popped out ((LOL))!!

Laure Janus ~ Little Joys Studio said...

Such a difficult choice, b
ut I'd say Opal Magic. If I win, I'll be transforming an old flower pot head into a spectacular piece of art, PLUS getting the other two sets. Come on, are you surprised? Thanks for the chance, Finn!

Golden Goddess Designs said...

so pretty!

Alicia

Iris R. said...

I am a fan and used just about all Finnabair products and have totally enjoyed your classes too...come back to the East Coast. I am definitely a fan of Wax Metallique Wax already, just from watching the video, watched both. I love doing steampunk, Industrial projects and use wax based products for the finish, I've I like making Altered bottled, keepsake boxes, altering anything pretty much anything with steampunk/industrial aesthetic. I use chipboard (make a great faux metal look), clay, Finnabair/other branded embellishments as well as found objects.

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