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    Randon craft question

    Bought this clay pot last week, already popped a kalanchoe tomentosa baker (P*ssy ears) in.

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    Thinking about buying a second identical one and painting or somehow coloring the flowers and steam and leaves.

    Lots of those indents are super small though.

    Do you know of any melt-able resins or plastics, colored, and very fine like sand?

    If I could use a small brush to fill the imprints and hit it with a heat gun to melt the colorant, I think it could work.

    No clue what kind of product I'm looking for though.

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    I'd just paint in the recessed areas with small paintbrushes... It should be easy to trace if the brushes are small enough, and not a huge issue if you go over a bit.
    Alternatively, you could use a flat roller and have everything else painted but the recessed flowers, if you're only going for a two-tone look.
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    Have you seen the wax pots that salons use? A pot that heats and has waxes of different colors?

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    Hi Ken,

    Never gotten waxed...you?

    But yeah, I guess I'm looking for something called powed coat, fine colored plastic powder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by humboldt View Post
    hi ken,

    never gotten waxed...you?
    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humboldt View Post
    Hi Ken,

    Never gotten waxed...you?

    But yeah, I guess I'm looking for something called powed coat, fine colored plastic powder.
    Actually, yes! Many times. I had a female live with me that owns a salon. Waxing can be done in many areas. She also shaved my complete body with a straight razor, many times. Think about that for a minute... I learned to never fall asleep when she was shaving me... Hair is a lubricant...

    I think that you will have to take it to be powder coated, as I don't think that it is a DIY project. YMMV Just a suggestion, with hot wax, you could change colors if you wanted...

    Good luck with whatever you choose!

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