Reported by Jo-Anne te Raa
Available in 15 of Claudine’s favorite shades, these paints are highly pigmented and give amazing coverage. They can also be mixed, without going muddy, to produce a total of 51 colors. Claudine also has a handy color mix PDF to print out, on her blog.
This is a base coat with a slight texture and ideal for priming canvas, wood, metal, plastic and chipboard.
This is a high quality gel medium suitable for gluing, sealing and creating glazes. It appears milky in the jar but dries clear.
Finally, the cherry on the big fat chocolate cupcake, sticky back canvas…..yes sticky back canvas!
This comes in two sizes; 8.5×11 and 12×12″. It’s a self-adhesive canvas that you can draw on, paint, cut, and adhere to your scrapbook pages, cards and decorative projects. It can be run through the printer and through a die cutting machine.
The paints literally go onto the canvas like butter. Coverage, even on raw wood is perfect, and I had no need to give a second coat. I decided to watch Claudine’s video (on her blog) about the mixing technique. Easy to follow and fun to play with. You really can’t make a “muddy” mess. You always achieve clear shades and the paints are so easy to blend.
- “Claudine-esque” colors which are usually hard to come by
- High quality and easy to use products
- Competitively priced; $5.50 per paint color and $2.50 for a 12×12 canvas pack (approx)
- Handy size pots
- Innovative canvas product holds a world of possibilities