It’s so exciting to see what our customers create using our Glow in the Dark Powder. Here are some ideas you can get excited with. Hopefully, they’ll inspire you all to give your own piece a go.
Bedside ‘built-in’ Night Light
This customer created this inlay for his grandson in the shape of the Batman logo. Using resin and green glow in the dark powder. You can use the standard powder for this application and a medium particle size is fine.
Wood burningThis unique piece was done using a technique of wood burning and electricity, then filling the gaps with resin and glow in the dark powder. This particular one is the Blue Green powder.
Here are some instructions for the wood burning technique you may find useful: https://www.instructables.com/id/Woodburning-with-Electricity/
Glow in the Dark Stage Silhouette
This fantastic image was created using our glow in the dark powder (Yellow Green) mixed with paint and applied. The ratio is around 30-50% (30-50grams per 100ml of paint). If you use a water based paint you’ll need to pair it with our water based powder (encapsulated).
Just imagine what silhouette’s you could create using this effect.
Loving this addition to Marcus’s dart board. Who wants to play darts in a power outage?? Created with white paint and fine glow in the dark powder in Blue Green.
Night light with paper mache
Chloe created this night light for her daughter. It gives off enough of a glow without disturbing sleep.
Using encapsulated glow powder, this particular one was done with plaster of paris bandaging but could be done with any paper mache technique. A glass bowl was used for the mould.
Beautiful Glowing Table
Andrew Grosse created his own piece utilising the science of phosphorescence by building in a light source that would charge the glow particles in the resin.
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