All you need to know about
Pigments Pt. 2

Metallic Pigments

- This is the most common type of pigment you see used in the wood working + resin projects
- The small mica particles stay suspended in resin once mixed in giving your project 
vibrant colours and a pearlescent effect
- Browse Metallic Pigments HERE

Liquid Pigments

- Easy to achieve an opaque colour with only a few drops
- This Pigment will give you a matte and flat colour finish
- A little big goes a long way. Always start with a few drops, mix and continue to add more until you receive the desired effect 
- Purchase this pigment HERE

Shop Speciality Pigments HERE

Liquid Inks

This liquid pigment gives a translucent matte colour base to your resin.  
- Purchase this pigment HERE

Speciality Pigments:

Ghost: This collection is best used when combine with a dark pigment base.
Star: This series is best used on its own or combine with another pigment collection. It will give you a slight shimmer and sparkle effect to your resin project.
Chameleon: This series are all Colour Shift Pigments. In each product name we describe the two tone Colour shift effect you will get once poured.

What we Exclusively Use:

Beaver Dust Pigments

We absolutely love the variety and selection to choose from. Their vibrant colours bring unique colour tones to our resin projects.

Follow our Easy Step-by-Step Guidelines for making your own DIY Wood + Resin Board 
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