Mud Starter Kit
MUD Kit contains the following items:
1 White MUD 4 ounces
1 Margot's Miracle Brush
1 Stainless Steel Writing Tip
1 Pastry Coupler
2 Pastry Bags
Storage Container w/Sponge
2 ounce Medium
Basic Instruction with step-by-step color worksheets for creating leaves and flowers.
Practice cardstock and photos of some of the many creations that can be made with MUD.
UGC MUD - What is it and what can you do with it?
- MUD is a glass based Texture Medium that can air dry to a rock hard state when used on card and can also be kiln fired on glass.
- MUD comes in two colors, White and Black. We introduced White MUD to our product line in 2009 and then added Black MUD in 2010. Both colors are very opaque. They are ready to use right out of the jar with no further preparation whether they will be kiln fired or air dried. Product tends to settle in jar.
- Use UGC Medium IF the MUD needs to be thinned for any reason.
- Application - MUD can be applied with a brush, a palette knife, a popsicle stick, your fingers or whatever way you can imagine. There are a multitude of application options and we will show some of them in the Sample Photos with explanations.
- You can tint the White MUD using our NT Colors but note that you will only ever get a pastel color since the White is so opaque. We like to do the design/project in White, let dry for 24 hours and then add color on top. There are examples of this in the Sample Photos.
- MUD is thicker than our Outline Black and Outline White so can be used for outlining or drawing techniques where you want some texture and height. We have some customers who like to mix Black MUD and Outline Black 1:1 for outlining. The two products are compatible.
- Firing range is the same as our color lines - 1425F to 1550F - note that the hotter they are fired the shinier they become.
- Margot's MUD Florals Workbook is available with written instructions and color worksheets. Comes in binder form so new pages can be added as they are created.
- For more information on all our products and what they can do, please click on UGC Basic Glass Information