DecoArt Sosoft Fabric Paint - Baby Pink Deep, DSS57-26
About this deal
What makes fabric paint different than other paints like acrylic paints, is that it’s designed to be extra flexible so it can bond with fabric fibers without cracking and crumbling off of the fabric.
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Fabric paints can be used on a variety of fabrics so your creativity isn’t limited to just one type of fabric! When you are painting on fabrics with fabric paint, it’s important to cover your work surface with a protective covering, and keep it away from other fabrics that you don’t want paint on, such as carpeting and clothing. There are different formulations of fabric paints, such as brush-on fabric paint, dimensional fabric paint (which dries with a raised finish), and even paint markers for drawing on fabric!
The specially designed spray nozzle gives the consumer complete control, and the bottle contains no air so that accidental sputtering is eliminated. Available in a huge range of colours, this is the perfect way to upcycle old clothes and customise new garments. Patterned pink and floral pink fabrics can be used to create a feminine scheme whereas hints of pale pink fabric can be incorporated into more masculine rooms when paired with more industrial accessories.
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These nontoxic fabric paints dry permanently with a matte finish that works best on light-colored fabrics. You can even wear an apron to cover what you’re wearing if you are worried about getting fabric paint on your clothing.
This non-toxic paint is made in Australia and comes in an easy-to-use bottle containing 250ml of paint.
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The most important thing is having creative fun with fabric paints, and experimenting is part of the process! Check out our techniques for brush-on fabric paints, as well as our techniques for dimensional fabric paints.Remember, fabric paint won’t wash out of fabric once it’s dry, so have some caution for your other fabrics! To use, simply apply the paint directly onto fabric, allow it to dry and then iron on for a permanent finish. They can be brushed on for creating custom freehand designs, used with stencils, masking tape for geometric designs and other patterns, splattered onto fabrics, and brushed onto stamps for creating stamped designs.