Sunday, January 10, 2016

Good evening everyone! This is Christa, the importer and Sr. Trainer for Paverpol USA. I was trained in Holland by Jossy De Roode in 2005.

Since my first Paverpol project, I've firmly believed that Paverpol will change the way art and crafts are created. Our hope is to broaden your knowledge about Paverpol as a tool, and give you direction, instruction and inspiration for using our products.

When you are working with Paverpol, you can thin it with a little warm water. Pour about as much as you'll think you'll need into a plastic container. (Don't dip fabric into the original container, as it will shed lint into your product.) You can add up to 2 tablespoons of warm water to each cup of Paverpol, and stir thoroughly. This will make it a little smoother to work with while not affecting the strength of the finish project.

Relax and have fun!


  1. Love the bookmark such a great idea.

  2. A very Helpful trick. It also helps to control how much is in the fabric so it is easier to sculpt. I love it

  3. Did you know that you can use almost any thoroughly dried organic (rice, sand, sawdust, oatmeal, crushed egg shells) with Paverpol to create AMAZING textures? Just be sure they are clean and dry before using.