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Some women love red nail polish like I love this paint! Once again, it taught me a lesson that not all bottles are going to have the same consistency. My black dabber came out "just right;" aqua "too thick;" red pepper "on the watery side." However, regardless of the consistency it has covered every project perfectly with a velvety matte vinish.
The last piece I used it on was a grunge heart; with a couple noteworthy twists. This dabber can definitely hold up to a good sanding! The color remained the same beautiful rich red even in the sanded areas. The main change was the texture returned to the leathery feel of the grunge. Also, the stamped image I placed on top of all that work came out perfect -- no slip or slide from friction between dried paint and ink.
I love it!
Used in this project: Chopsticks
I really like this dabber just like the others! The colors are very rich and thick! You can add water if it's too thick! I saw a video on youtube by Tim Holtz. I have almost every color so far! These are great! A must have!
i mean- they are a little expenisve but so wroth it! the color comes out in nice and even layers and the colors are so rich....
I ran out this color after creating several chipboard albums
for my sisters. I like the brillant color!
All Ranger dabbers glide on .Red pepper my fav red ,nice warm not at all pinky.
Quick way to add color to small chipboard and other pieces. Nice paint.
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