Aluminium Embossing Shim is soft and very easily worked with embossing or modelling tools.
It still retains the capability of providing fine definition.
It is suitable for making plaques, jewellery, scupltures, works of art and many other decorative applications. Shim is 0.15mm thick.
Colours available are Blue, Copper, Gold, Red, Silver. Rolls are all 42cm wide by 1m long.
Thinner than regular copper shim.
Green has been discontinued.
Amaco Imitation gold leafing can be put on any clean surface or material in one easy step. This product is available in interior and exterior.
Interior Brush ‘n Leaf – An exclusive formulation in which the metallic flakes “leaf” into a solid, shiny metallic finish which covers the surface. Dries quickly to a durable, non-toxic finish. 30ml bottle packaged in colourful blister pack. Gold Leaf, Antique Gold, Silver Leaf
This metal embossing tool kit is the very best quality and features an ergonomically designed, mushroom-shaped handle - which fits comfortably into the palm of the hand - providing pain-free use, even over extended periods.
The balsa stripper is an incredibly useful tool, for example wide sheets can be cut into thin strips to save money and you can create strip widths that suit your project as you need them. The stripper cuts balsa sheets up to 1/4in thick and strips 1/2in wide. Uses scalpel blade No.11.
Balsa Dowel (round sticks) is very light for its strength, it is ideal for any type of modelling or craft work. Dowel Sticks are all 915mm long and come in 5mm, 6.5mm and 9.5mm diameter. Use Balsa glue for a fast drying glue.
Balsa Wood School Assorted Box consists of assorted sheets, blocks & sticks. Glue, cut or stick to make a creative piece of art work or construct a model. See Balsa stripper for cutting and Balsa glue.
Balsa wood sheet is very light for its strength, it is ideal for any type of modelling especially model aircraft and architectural models. Use Balsa Glue for very fast drying glue and Balsa Stripper to cut strips to the size you require. Also easy to cut with stanley or craft knives used with a metal ruler.
Easily carved with lino tools and painted, like balsa wood. Soft density does not require sharp tools. Hard density is slightly harder to carve but holds intricate detail. Has no “memory” so will hold an impression by pressing an object into the surface. A steel ruler can make push cuts. Carving knives and chisels glide through and most glues work including wood glue, hot glue. Surface takes water-based or solvent-based paint.