Paint simple crafts and basecoat projects inexpensively with Crafter's Acrylic paints. This low-cost options is designed to brush out smoothly and evenly, covering in one or two coats. Crafter's Acrylic is versatile and can be used in general arts and crafts, stenciling, ceramics, school projects, home decorating, and decorative painting.
- Intermixable colors
- Permanent, lightfast pigments
- Soap and water clean-up
- Water-based and non-toxic
- Made in the USA
Shake well before using. Apply one well-brushed coat using a soft brush or sponge brush. Apply multiple coats when using more transparent colours. Allow to dry thoroughly before applying additional coats or varnishes.
Tips and tricks
Squirt a small amount out of the bottle at a time since acrylics dry so quickly.Masking tape applied over already-dried acrylic paint will not damage the existing paint, thus making it easier to produce a hard or sharp edge.Reusable glass or high-density plastic can be used as a palette, because acrylic paints will not cling to them, making clean-up easy.Typically, the shelf life for most paints is 5-7 years. If kept in a closed container under stable living temperatures, shelf life can be indefinite. Here are a few guidelines to follow to determine if your Crafter's Acrylic paints are still good to use:
- If your paints can be re-mixed by shaking or stirring, they are fine to use.
- If the paints can't be successfully shaken or stirred, they should be discarded and replaced.
- If there are small pieces of dried matter in the paint, you can create a filter by unscrewing the paint cap, placing a small piece of nylon stocking or similar fine-weave, thin fabric over the opening, then putting the cap back on. When you squeeze out the paint, dried matter will stay inside the bottle, and only smooth paint will flow out.
- If there are "strings" in the paint, it is best to discard and replace it.