Faber-Castell - Mix and Match Collection - Color Gelatos - Iridescent - 15 Piece Set

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Get ready to create your most appealing mixed media projects ever with the Iridescent Color Gelatos Set from the Mix and Match Collection by Faber-Castell! This 15 piece set includes 12 Gelatos colors and three tools a foam blending tool, a paintbrush and a smudge sponge. These colors glide on easily for a semi-matte permanent finish or blend with water to create a watercolor effect. They blend seamlessly and are acid free and water soluble. Use them for stenciling, stamping, journaling and more on a variety of surface materials.

SKU: fcd-fc770175 UPC: 092633307779

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  • Tell me more about gelato. Do you apply to a palette, direct to paper. Are they like markers. I don't get it yet. Wow! The colors are gorgeous. My style is mostly, stamp, emboss, and water color the images and backgrounds, usually with my stash of radiant pearls.   By: Sharon franzen (06-Apr-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • Oh My!! You can do ALL that you asked about with gelatos!

      You can apply them directly to stamps then lightly mist the stamp and then stamp directly onto your papers. You can apply gelatos directly to papers and either blend with your fingers tips or lightly mist with water and blend with a brush. I've used them to antique journal pages.

      You can rub the gelatos onto a palette and use a wet brush to paint with them like watercolors. You can use them to dye lace or fabric ribbons to match your projects. These are absolutely an amazing water based medium!! Every artist needs to try these. By: LindaM315 (09-Apr-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!

    • Hi Sharon,
      Gelatos are a creamy color stick that can be used so many different ways! You can stamp, watercolor, mix with wet mediums, create mists, use on fabric, blend, and countless more! Check out the video section of Scrapbook.com for videos teaching numerous Gelato techniques! Our YouTube channel is also full of exciting techniques and projects!
      https://www.youtube.com/user/DesignMemoryCraft By: Faber-Castell (06-Oct-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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