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FolkArt ® Mixed Media Tools and Brushes
FolkArt Mixed Media tools make applying color to your mixed media projects easy. The brushes...
FolkArt ® Mixed Media Acrylic Paints
FolkArt Mixed Media soft gel acrylics are available in two formulas and a wide range of...

FolkArt Mixed Media

Now you can create your own mixed media artwork with FolkArt Mixed Media! The paints, sprays, and tools are perfect for paper crafting, art journaling, and creating altered art pieces. The water-based paints and sprays can be easily applied to a number of surfaces such as paper, cardstock, canvas, and wood. Add color to your inked or stamped designs by blending and layering soft gel acrylics, or spritz on accents with the FolkArt Mixed Media Sprays. Easily brush on or dab these specialty paints onto your works of art using the artist-quality FolkArt Mixed Media brushes and tools. Made in USA. 

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FolkArt Mixed Media Frequently Asked Questions
Refer to this FAQ to learn how to use FolkArt Mixed Media paints, brushes, and tools.
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FolkArt Mixed Media Color Sprays are a unique formula of paint—not a dye, not an ink—packaged in a convenient pump spray. They provide mixed media artists with a fun burst of color. more...
FolkArt Mixed Media Transparent Acrylic Soft Gel Paints have little hide or coverage making them the perfect paint for mixed media artists creating a wash or tint of color over a previous layer of work, a stamped design or an inked pattern. more...
Surface preparation depends on surface selection. Read on to see how to prepare some of the most popular mixed media art surfaces. more...
Although FolkArt Mixed Media Opaque and Transparent Soft Gel Paints dry quickly to the touch, a standard brushstroke painted on a porous surface will be dry to the touch in approximately 25 minutes and completely dried within an hour. more...
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