Classic Glossy Paint Set - 6 Colors

$23.95 USD
Item# 64260
Availability: Expected to be available September 21, 2020. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

Product Features

  • Give a colorful paint makeover to plain glass and turn it into art!
  • Pack of 6 glossy paints, each bottle is 20 ml
  • Cures in the oven - 40 minutes at 325°
  • Paints are lead-free and dishwater safe

Product Description

Discover the Fun of Glass Painting!
Use paint to transform plain glass into art. Give functional household items like vases, glasses and plates plus bevels, mirrors and stained glass, a colorful paint makeover. Pebeo's Vitrea 160 transparent water-based glass paints combine professional quality with ease of use. After baking in a domestic oven for 40 minutes at 325°, the depth of the color is enhanced. No kiln is needed! Paints are lead-free and dishwater safe. Set includes 6 glossy paints, each full-size 20 ml each bottle.

Colors Include:

  • Veil White
  • Light Pink
  • Pepper Red
  • Yellow
  • Light Blue
  • Cyan 
Beach bottle votive project by artist Kayleigh Clark. 

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