- 4001 Wicker White
- 4017 Lemon Custard
- 4132 Parisian Pink
- 4120 Soft Apple
- 4025 Cobalt
- 4133 Lipstick Red
- 4032 Licorice
Repainted with larger flower stencil.
- Shake bottles well before using.
- If you are painting a glass, remember not to paint on the rim or any area that the mouth or food could come in contact with.
- Prepare project for painting by washing with soap and water. Once the surface has dried, then clean area a second time with rubbing alcohol. Allow the surface to dry completely before painting it with the enamels.
- If you don’t like what you made, it is easy soap and water clean up to remove the paint (as long as it is uncured) so you can start over.
- Folk Art Enamels are highly pigmented so you get great color results.
- Folk Art Enamels can be mixed together and blended to create different color shades.
- The white and black are highly opaque which allows you to use them on top of or beneath the other colors for special detail work.
- Folk Art Enamels are non-toxic and easy to clean up.
- Folk Art Enamels take up to 24 hours to dry and 21 days to cure. So plan accordingly or follow the manufacturers suggestions of alternate methods to cure your piece.
- Items painted with the Folk Art Enamels are not microwaveable.
- It is hard to find some of the colors in the local crafts stores.
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