Paverpol is a water based environmentally friendly wonderful product. It has so many different uses that once you try it you fall in love with it.
It comes ready to use in a 250ml bottle or 500g, 1000g, or 5750g tubs. Apply Paverpol with a paintbrush then simply wash your brush and hands with soap and water. Paverpol looks white in the container but once applied it turns crystal clear within a short space of time and firm over a week to two weeks (depending on the weather).
Paverpol works with any natural product, paper, cotton fabric, leather, ceramic, metal, Styrofoam, linen, stone etc. It also works very well with polymer clay.
Check out http://www.paverpolisrael.com for more details about Paverpol
If you LIVE IN ISRAEL and would like to try Paverpol for FREE, here’s your chance.
1 Go to http://www.facebook.com/paverpolisrael
2 Fan the page (if you haven’t already)
3 Write on the wall an idea for a project you would like to try with Paverpol
4 Commit to blogging, tweeting or shouting about your finished project and how you used Paverpol.
Closing date is Friday 18th February. If you are a winner I will contact you for your mailing address and send you a 250ml bottle of Paverpol with tips and instructions for how to use it.
Each person who enters this competition will also win my fabric rose Paverpol tutorial
http://www.etsy.com/listing/57809045/fabric-rose-paverpol-tutorial valued at $9.95
I am sorry but you are only eligible to win the free Paverpol if you live in Israel.
Here are some ideas for you, to get you excited ….
• Paverpol can be used as an alternative to resin. Simply paint it on with a paintbrush. Paverpol has a fast drying time so you can create depth with extra layers. The more layers you paint, the smoother the surface. You no longer have the problem of how to cover a curved area.
• Try Paverpol as an alternative to liquid clay (once your project is fully baked and no longer needs to go back into the oven). It dries completely transparent.
• Use Paverpol to stick baked clay onto glass. Bake a pattern sheet and use Paverpol to stick it to your glassware. It is waterproof once dry and your clay will not come off the glass.
• Add clothing to your polymer clay figurines with fabric and Paverpol.
• Try stamping onto dry Paverpol, add inclusions such as metal sheets, paint with mica powders and seal with Paverpol.
• Paverpol is acid free so ideal for scrapbooking. Think of all the embellishments you can make
• For wall quilts paint your fabric with a thin layer of Paverpol, let it dry and your fabric is starched.
Great for fabric origami.
• Once your fabric is painted you don’t have to worry about edges fraying, cut perfect appliqués.
• Need a break from sewing? Use Paverpol instead of your sewing machine or hand stitching to add embellishments.
Wish you could sew?
• Stick it all together with Paverpol
• Try Paverpol as an alternative to Mod Podge.
• It’s easier than it looks, give it a go
• No mixing, use Paverpol straight from the tub for a firm and shiny finish. You can paint over Paverpol with ordinary acrylic paints or use Paverpol to highlight your favourite papers.
What would you like to make …………….. Your only limit is your imagination.
For more information email me at firstname.lastname@example.org