Re: cold enamels
- Sue Heaser wrote:
> From: Sue Heaser <sue@...>LOL..that's OK...I do the same thing myself at times....and you probably didn't
> Oops, sorry Jenny, I did not realise/remember you were in OZ -
realise it was me you very kindly sent notes to some time ago?
> Antipodean one is Golding Handcrafts of NZ and they have listedOK...this gives me a clue or two to start with. And if all else fails I'll try
> "Aristocrat Epoxy - Liquid Ceramic" which looks like the same stuff. You
> need to find anything that says it is epoxy and you add a hardener to
> the colours to make them set. Do let me know if you find something and I
> can pass the info on to the next Aussie who asks me!
contacting NZ....If I find a source in OZ, I'll let you know. My husband just said
that places that sell supplies for stained glass might sell it...so I'll look into
> Gosh - don't you have Dryad booklets over there? I have even seen themROFL...we don't have ANYTHING here....or if we do it's a heck of a job finding it.
> in Kenya!
Finding any clay resources drives me NUTS here....so I go to the US mostly. I have
a personal shopper there.....<G>
Thanks for your help.....