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Old 04-05-2021, 11:59 PM   #1  
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A card was uploaded to the SCS Gallery and the technique used was Perfect Pigment panel. Can anyone tell me how to do this technique? I search on the Resources here for the tutorial but couldn't find it. I have attached a copy of the card to this post. I tried to link it but couldn't figure it out.
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Old 04-06-2021, 02:06 AM   #2  
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I see CAKath listed perfect pigments as one of her accessories - I suspect “perfect pigment panel” under techniques just means she used pigment powders to create the panel, it looks very much like the sort of background you’d get from playing around with powders and water. Here’s a link to the card in the gallery for anyone who wants to look at details: CAS632 Pink Daisies
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Thanks for your reply. So are the pigment powders like Colour Burst powders?
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Guesswork on my part from how the card looks but I’d say yes - Brusho, Colour Burst, Pixie Powders etc all produce similar looks and act in similar ways. I don’t know “perfect pigments” as a brand - I guess you could try sending CAKath a pm to ask whether my guesswork is on the right track!
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I'd agree with Joanne - here is the tutorial for using these powders for backgrounds and all kind of different techniques:

https://www.splitcoaststampers.com/r...rcolorpowders/
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Unless she means Perfect Pearls, which is a completely different product. That background doesn't look like it was made with Perfect Pearls, though. I would ask the person who made the card so that you're clear.
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