FolkArt ® Ultra Dye™ Colors - Venom, 8 oz.
Venom is an exciting shade of green with vibrant yellow tones and a bright finish. FolkArt Ultra Dye is a creative way to introduce vibrant color to wood and natural fibers. This dye, made with a unique acrylic formula for improved durability, won’t peel or rub off. Use the dye to color block or create an interesting gradient effect. This water-based, non-toxic dye works well with stencils, and it can be paired with Ultra Dye Varnish for added protection.
FolkArt ® Ultra Dye™ Colors - Emerald City, 8 oz.
Emerald City is a lush green pigment that absorbs easily and offers brilliant color payoff. FolkArt Ultra Dye is a creative way to introduce vibrant color to wood and natural fibers. This dye, made with a unique acrylic formula for improved durability, won’t peel or rub off. Use the dye to color block or create an interesting gradient effect. This water-based, non-toxic dye works well with stencils, and it can be paired with Ultra Dye Varnish for added protection.
FolkArt ® Ultra Dye™ Brush Pack
Apply FolkArt Ultra Dye like a pro with the Ultra Dye Brush Pack. Especially designed for use with Folk Art Ultra Dye, these soft Taklon brushes help ensure smooth application and impressive results. The brushes are great for spreading the dye evenly, as well as for creating a gradient effect. The pack includes: 1-1” Flat Brush, 1-1 ½” Flat Brush, and 2 pairs of plastic gloves. It’s ideal for creating one-of-a-kind Ultra Dye projects that showcase the beauty of natural surfaces.
FolkArt ® Ultra Dye™ Satin Varnish, 8 oz.
Ultra Dye Satin Varnish is great for use over FolkArt Ultra Dye for added protection. This super-tough polyurethane dries to a beautiful satin finish. Water-based and non-toxic, this finish applies evenly and helps seal in the vibrant colors of FolkArt Ultra Dye for a lasting, durable finish. Great for use on a variety of natural surfaces finished with FolkArt Ultra Dye. Pair with the Ultra Dye Brush Pack for effortless application and a smooth finish.
Unfinished wood bowl
Foam bowls and plates
Medium- to fine-grit sandpaper
Pour a small amount of each dye: Venom and Emerald City into a foam bowl.
Determine the desired height on the bowl exterior to be left natural. This project was measured at 2" up from the base of the bowl and lightly marked with a pencil.
Secure stencil tape just below the pencil line. Be sure to press along the tape edge creating a tight seal.
Load the FolkArt Ultra Dye brush with Emerald City and begin painting just above the tape line brushing the dye approximately half way up towards the top edge of the bowl.
Clean the brush and load it with Venom; begin applying Venom along the top edge of the bowl working downwards toward and blending into Emerald City.
Apply Venom on the bowl edges as well as into the bowl itself. Allow to dry.
If desired, apply a coat of FolkArt Ultra Dye Satin Varnish to seal and protect the dyed wood bowl. Allow to dry and completely cure before using.
Select FolkArt Ultra Dye colors of similar color families for a subtle effect, or select contrasting dye colors for a bold, vivid color blend.
FolkArt Ultra Dye colors can be intermixed to create a new dye color or a different value of the same color. Begin by mixing a small amount of the dark color into the light color a little at a time until the desired color is achieved.
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