A very inexpensive small dinner or salad fork
Piñata Chili Pepper red ink
Crafters Pick the Ultimate glue from Adhesive Products Inc.
Applicator sponge or brush
6. Press the clay to the back of the mirror and fork pressing the air out as you go. I start around the tines of the fork on the back of the mirror and work my way out. Press the edges up over the edge of the mirror.
11. Roll out a 3/4” ball of pearl and roll it into a teardrop.
13. Take a toothpick and make a dent in the top of the flattened teardrop. It will look like a heart.
14. Place this on the center of the back of the mirror.
15. Paint the heart with Chili pepper red Piñata ink and let dry.
When it the ink is dry paint it with Pearl-ex varnish and let dry completely.
Trim off the end with you craft knife and butt the edges.
18. Embellish the rim of the mirror and the handle with things that you mold from the Victorian mold. Remember that you can use pieces of the molded item without using the whole molded piece.
Attach those firmly without distorting.
19. When the mirror is embellished take a small amount of Silver Pearlex and place it into the baggie. Zip it closed and shake it all around.
Place back into a preheated 200-degree oven to harden the varnish for 15 minutes.
22. Shut off the oven and let cool.
Next post the palm size mirror.