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Martha Stewart

Introducing the original multi-surface craft system!  Martha, your color and trend expert, has everything you need from the original multi-surface craft & glass paint lines and high-quality decoupage finishes to our newest addition of Vintage Decor paint that creates a beautiful, matte chalk finish. 
 
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Popular FAQs
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Paint is permanent after air drying for 21 days or can be baked to expedite permanence.

Bake-to-Cure Method
  1. Allow painted glass project to dry at least one hour. Make sure the paint is dry to the touch before baking.
  2. Place project in a cool oven.
  3. Set oven to 350° F and bake for 30 minutes. Turn oven off.
  4. Allow glass project to cool down in the oven to room temperature, then remove.
Care Instructions
Project can be Hand washed, or cleaned in the top rack of a standard, non-commercial dishwasher. Do not use in dishwasher if it has pot scrubbing features or top jets.

Please note: Fine Glitter Glass Paint, Glitter Craft Paint and Coarse Glitter Craft Paint cannot be baked and must air dry for 21 days for permanence.
 
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Yes. The spray medium ensures the paint will flow through spray can and adhere correctly to the surface. Do not use water to thin the paint as this will impair the paint’s ability to adhere properly.
 
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Silkscreens can be applied to fabric, metal, wood, tin, glass and hard plastic. For best results, surfaces should be smooth and clean.
 
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The best tools to use for silkscreening are sponge pouncers or squeegees. The squeegee method is ideal for flat surfaces or large spaces. When using a squeegee, apply a small amount of glass paint to your empty area around your screen. Then, using the edge of your squeegee that best suits the dimensions of your artwork, pull your paint across the open areas of the screen using light and even pressure. If you experience bleeding it is likely because you are applying too much pressure while pulling your squeegee across the screen. You should also check to make sure your screen was lying completely flat and had properly adhered to your surface. The sponge pouncer method is ideal for curved surfaces, intricate areas or small surfaces. When using a sponge pouncer, apply a small amount of paint onto a painter’s palette and dab your tool into the paint. Then lightly dab your sponge pouncer on an empty part of your palette to remove excess paint. Use your tool to dab paint into the open parts of your silkscreen, working quickly with light and even pressure.
 
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