Happy Wax on Wednesdays !
Last week I got a couple of great questions that I answer for you in this week's video about using resin with encaustic. Also I got a fun question of "can you use encaustic on the glossy ceramic subway tiles."
The subway tiles that have been fired to a high gloss aren't porous , but this week let's help them along a bit
and make them a pours surface that can accept the encaustic wax !
I love a fun challenge :)
I am also super excited to announce that my 19th online workshop is
"Encausticology Collage Minis Color , Collage , Create "
This all new workshop begins on Sunday !
Early Bird registration for this journey into collage is now open and
you can receive 20% Off the workshop price
now through this Sunday November 17 only using coupon code:
COLLAGECREATE at checkout.
To see all of the details for this super fun workshop click
Supplies I used this week:
Each week I list the supplies I used in the video here on the blog for you so that you can see and easily find the items used for that week's technique .
If you purchase items from the links provided it sometimes generates a few cents in commission which goes right back in to creating videos for you on the youtube channel. It does not raise the cost for you in any way, and is the same link you would find on a regular amazon prime search . Thank you ahead for you support of Wax on Wednesdays in any way ! Also , although the photos here can help you easily find the product . I also recommend that you look at your local art /hobby store to make sure you are getting the lowest price. Sometimes with weekly 40% off coupons basic items can be found at a better price.
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NOTE: I have listed a set of 12 tiles here on Amazon but if you can get the box of 100 at your local home store they will be a lot cheaper in bulk :)
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Shari Replogle is an artist sharing her encaustic and other artistic adventures each week here on the blog and on Youtube. Her full line of workshops featuring encaustic and metal are on this site under available workshops.