PlumSiena: What a Wall! Emily Swift-Jones She began with a normal, painted wall, smoothed it out with joint compound, primed with shellac and then went to town. The steps included Dutch metal gold leaf, patinating the gold leaf, glazing with oil colours and varnishing for the top coat. At the end, she embedded tiny glitter flakes into the tacky varnish.
Talas - Shellac Flakes Available in three grades: No.1-lemon flake shellac, the most common tone, often referred to as "orange shellac. Crystallac #1100- dewaxed natural shellac flakes of darker tone than No. 1 lemon flake, suitable for French polishing. Crystallac #500- super blond dewaxed natural shellac flake produces equally hard finish as Crystallac #1100 but does not have an orange hue.