Acrylic Enamel Assortment

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  • Multi-medium paints can be fired on glass, copper, and metal clay
  • Create with the freedom of paints using liquid based acrylic enamels
  • Swirl, mix and overlay colors using painting techniques to add incredible color and detail
  • Includes 9 colors, each 1/3 fl. oz.

Product Description

For Glass, Copper, and Metal Clay!
Create with the freedom of paints using liquid based acrylic enamels. Swirl, mix and overlay colors using painting techniques to add incredible color and detail to your glass. Includes 9 colors, each 1/3 fl. oz. Enamels can be fired with both glass and metal.

Create Using Thompson Acrylic Enamels
1. Use a finished piece of glass or metal as your base.
2. Mix single colors or multiple colors for a unique custom look. Mix water into acrylic enamels using a palette knife or brush.
3. Apply to piece.
4. For use on metal fire approximately 1 minute or just until enamel reaches a gloss. For use on glass fire between 1200 and 1300 degrees F, depending on the size of the piece.

Artist Melanie Churchill made the rooster below using acrylic and pen enamels on glass. Floral pendent created by artist Jennifer Johnson, from Delphi's Artist Gallery.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Absolutely Love
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Pros : Torch Fired, Intense Colors
Cons : The black had more medium in it than pigment.
Other Thoughts : I used/use this product to paint my enamel pieces. It was awesome!! I loved the final outcome. Very easy to use!
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  •   Worked perfectly
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Pros : Colors mix like paint. Nice color assortment.
Cons : A little thick out of the tube but works fine when thinned with water.
Other Thoughts : Use them like acrylic paints. Fired to 1300 without any problems burning off. Worked better when applying multiple thing layers vs. on thick layer.
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  •   Wish I had read the reviews!!!
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Pros : Can't think of any??
Cons : The enamel didn't withstand kiln temps. Very disappointing especially after spending a consider amount of time creating a design.
Other Thoughts : Don't waste your money....
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