I am so very pleased to be here sharing my take on Prills, Crystal Effects and Artist Cement. I am a card maker. I love Prills. They are light weight, colorful and versatile to name just a few of their qualities. They partner up so well with Crystal Effects and Artist Cement, I think they may become the new big three.
The background of this card is made using an Acrylic Distress Technique. I used Perfect Pigment Cobalt Turquoise Hue and Titanium White, painted over an embossed label, sanded when dry, sponged with distress ink and wipe off with wet cloth. All of my flowers are made using 90 lb water color paper and Painted with Mica Color Water Colors. Prills of many colors were added to the centers of the flowers. I use Perfect Paper Adhesive Gloss to hold my Prills.
Here is a close up of the Prilled flower centers and Prilled scroll.
Notice the shimmery Crystal Effects on the leaves.
Dip a wet paint brush in the PPA then place a drip of PPA in the flower center.
Cover the PPA with Prills then shake the excess Prills off and return them to the container.