The FolkArt Enamel paints, daubers and adhesive stencils can be found at Michael’s, JoAnn’s, Hobby Lobby, and A.C. Moore.
I decorated a”Think Spring” sign and a thrifted vase using these products. It was easy and the directions are detailed.
1.Choose your FolkArt Enamel colors and reusable adhesive stencils. Use a dauber for the best distribution of paint.
2.After washing and drying your glass, place your reusable adhesive stencil on your glass. Press all sides and areas of your stencil, so your paint won’t “bleed.”
3. Using your dauber fill your stencil with paint. Being sure to fill your stencil completely.
4. While the paint is still wet, peel reusable adhesive stencil off quickly; just like you would a band-aid. Quick and smooth.
It’s that easy!!
FolkArt Enamels are the perfect paint for glass. You can also create your own designs using a brush like I did below: I also wanted you to see this picture because when I first started, I didn’t fill my stencil enough. (As you can see in the lavender flowers) But, once I got the hang of it, I realized I needed more paint than I originally thought. (Like I did with the yellow flowers.)
Thanks to Blueprint Social and FolkArt Enamels for the opportunity to share this project and enamels with my readers and followers!!
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I hope you will try FokArt Enamels soon. They will not disappoint.
Make it a GREAT day!!
Disclosure: I wrote this post as part of a campaign with Plaid Enterprises and The Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own. I was not paid for this post, but I did receive the materials for the project gratis.