Egyptian art

Secret Art Box - December 2019 Designed by Kore Sage The December Secret Art Box had an Egyptian theme and there was a limited edition Fresh Mint colour Powertex too! Other materials included: Large stencil, Printed rice paper, Scarab mould, 3D Sand, Varnish, Bronze Gold Colortricx pigment. In my Egyptian art I wanted to use … Continue reading Egyptian art

Walk like an Egyptian

Powertex UK Secret Art Box - December 2019 Designed by Gill Goldsmith This month’s Egyptian Secret Art Box is a stunner! The theme, inspired by Tracey's visit to the Tutankhamen exhibition is all things Egyptian and amongst the fabulous goodies, a brand new colour of Powertex, a gorgeous mint green. Powertex art by Gill Goldsmith … Continue reading Walk like an Egyptian

Wonderful things Egyptian Canvas

I was super excited when Tracey told me of her plans for her Egyptian show! It was so refreshing to have a theme that suited Powertex so well. The earthy tones of the bisters and the Easy 3d flex just lent itself so well to all the crackles, depth and texture that you would see … Continue reading Wonderful things Egyptian Canvas

How to create a simple canvas using the fabulous Tutankhamun Mould from

I love all things about Ancient Egypt so was thrilled when Powertex UK bought out the Tutankhamun mould. I have always been fascinated with pyramids and ancient symbolism.  This canvas is very easy to create but so effective.   The canvas measured 20 x 20 centimetres. Magical numbers interest me too and I wanted this creation … Continue reading How to create a simple canvas using the fabulous Tutankhamun Mould from

Walk like an Egyptian!

When we all saw the 'wonderful things' Egyptian collection bought out by Powertex Uk. It was like being at a fireworks display! The ooooo's and the ahhhhhhh's. And then when we all saw the samples together in training they just got progressively louder. I think this has to be my favourite theme so far and … Continue reading Walk like an Egyptian!


UPCYCLED CABINET TO EGYPTIAN TREASUREThis cabinet had served us well in our spare bedroom but had become redundant when we redecorated however I still loved the design and the shape of the legs so I hadn't let it go and thank goodness I hadn't because when it came to finding interesting surfaces for creating for our Egyptian … Continue reading UPCYCLED CABINET TO EGYPTIAN TREASURE