LOW TEMPERATURE ENAMEL POWDERS
Fiona Jones of Projects4Crafters demonstrated Efcolor low temperature enamel powders on Ideal Shopping’s Create and Craft Show.
If previous experience is anything to go by this should generate interest in Efcolor cold enameling for everyone.
Fiona has produced step by step instructions, complete with part references of all items required. Click here to download
If you want more information on Efcolor or on other Efco products do email us on the contact form.
As one of our colleagues in Rohrbach said ” May and June are good months to be an employee in Germany!”
Efco will be closed for the following holidays:
- 17th May Ascension Day
- 28th May Whitsun
- 7th & 8th June Corpus Christi
- 3rd October German Unification Day
- 1st November All Saints’ Day
So do allow a little more time for delivery if you’re ordering around these dates
Efco will be showing at Craft, Hobby and Stitch International, February 19th – 21st at the NEC, Birmingham. Efco will be on stand G25 and we look forward to showing you the latest craft and hobby products products from the Efco range.
Please note: The CHSI show is trade only. For more information on the show and how to register, visit the CHSI website
Efco have these great new polystyrene shapes in stock for immediate delivery.
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Sue and Fiona had a crazy four days at the Hobbycrafts show at the NEC running workshops on Efcolor low melt enamel to hundreds of enthusiastic crafters.
Complete the contact form if you want to know more about Efcolor and other Efco products.
Finished samples on display
Removing a finished piece from the oven
Efcolor tea light oven
Efcolor workshop area
We’ve been delighted with the response to the article on the Efcolor Oven in Make Jewellery Magazine, so here is some additional information for those of you who want to find out more. See the bottom of this post for stockist details.
The kiln is heated by 4 tealights and comes complete with tools and firing plate. It may sound a bit basic, but it works a treat and is ideal for “firing” Efcolor low melt enamel powder, which only requires a temperature of 150C
As Efcolor fuses at a low temperature it can be used on more delicate surfaces such as card or papier mache as well as on most metal surfaces …. we even enameled some old bottle tops during an idle moment at a trade show! You don’t have to use bottle tops, of course and Efco produce a large range of copper blanks in all shapes and sizes. Efco’s blanks can also be used with conventional, high temperature enamel powders.
Efcolor low melt enamel powder is available in over 40 colours and differing finishes, opaque, clear, metallic, textured and glitter.
Keyfob made from 2 Efco copper blanks fused together and enameled.
For more information on Efcolor and our range of copper blanks, click here to view the catalogue.
Efcolor and Efcolor ovens are available from the following stockists:
EFCO Stockists, please note: if we’ve missed you off the list of retailers selling Efcolor – just email us your details via the contact form and we’ll make sure you’re included.
Every bit as magical as Chinese lanterns, but with less risk of fire and possible damage to wildlife and livestock from discarded parts.
Luminaria in an outdoors setting
“A luminaria is a small light or lantern (commonly a candle set in some sand inside a paper bag) which is of significance among New World Hispanics at Christmas time. ….. In recent times they are seen more as a secular decoration, akin to Christmas lights. Strings of artificial luminarias, with plastic bags illuminated by small light bulbs and connected by an electrical cord, are also available, and are common in the American Southwest, where they are typically displayed throughout the year-end holiday season. These are beginning to gain popularity in other parts of the United States.”
[quote taken from Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luminaria ]
Luminaria ™ from Efco are available in 30 different designs and 10 displays. (see News catalogue chapter 171, pages 1-7)
Luminaria can be used either outside or indoors and with either tea-lights (the paper has been treated to make it flame resistant), or with chains of fairy lights (indoors only). Luminaria can be used “as is” or decorated and will create a stunning setting for a late summer barbecue or party, or a romantic and novel Christmas decoration.
A Luminaria table display
A decorated Luminaria light
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