Welcome to Viva Decor's Inka Gold, this stunning, yet very easily applied product, comes in a range of 18 colours which will leave any porous surface gleaming. Apply a thin layer of the product to the surface and once the surface is covered and left for about 30 seconds, you can then buff the colour using a clean cloth to produce the sheen. For those non porous surfaces there is also a range of primers depending on which colour of the Inka Gold you are using. At the bottom of the page is a table which has been sanded down and has been changed beyond recognition. Once again full instructions are on the inside of the label, just peel the label back to reveal. Enjoy the video and feel free to comment.
|This edges were made from some tatty card stock, I put the card stock through my crafty edger to make the fancy edge, the center of the card stock was covered in Inka Gold , then a stencil placed over the top and 3D Glitter paste added.|
|The center of this card is made using Inka gold Violet and I have just added a little of the Inka Gold Graphite to give it an aged look, again i placed a stencil over the card and used 3D Glitter paste.|
|The card stock i used for the edges was tatty so i used my crafty edger and Inka Gold Graphite, The center of the card was made using Inka gold Graphite and then a stencil placed on top but this time I used Viva Decor's Ferro for added texture.|
|This is a small canvas decorated with Inka Gold, mounted inside a wooden frame. This shows the versatility of Inka Gold when it comes to covering different surfaces.|
|This is a paper mache torso which has had Inka Gold Graphite added to it, This make s for a stunning necklace display stand.|
|Stage 1 the table sanded down|
|Stage 2 Start to add the Inka Gold Graphite|