Watercolor Enamel Assortment

$78.95 USD
Item# 758150
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  • Compatible with all glass and metal
  • 9 sample colors are mixable for a bigger variety
  • Apply right from the package, just add water or enameling binder
  • Use just like normal watercolor paints

Product Description

Apply the beauty of watercolors to your kiln fired glass art with enamels.
Colors can be easily applied straight from the package using water or an enameling binder. Create custom colors by diluting or combining with other watercolors to create a rainbow of choices. Set includes 9 colors, 15 grams each. Compatible with all glass and metals.
Matures between 1350° and 1420° F.

Colors Include:    
White Bright Blue Maroon
Green Bright Red Brown
Bright Yellow Orange Black

Delphi artist Melanie Churchill combined enamel watercolors and enamel markers #758151 to create the rooster project below.

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Pros : I really am happy this is provided as a sample pack. It lets you try out several colors before you buy the larger quantities.
Cons : Wish there were a few more colors.
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Pros : These are fun and easy to use. Many colors can be made by doing some mixing magic. I've made some amazing pieces with this stuff.
Cons : I wish there were more basic colors available so that you wouldn't have to mix, but regardless...they're great.
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Pros : I found these colors very easy to work with and they blend well.
Cons : No instructions
Other Thoughts : I've found much better results firing between 1250-1300. Although if you lay them on more thickly you can fire hotter. I think they are worth playing around with.
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