Ranger Ink - Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabber - Lights - Aqua

Ranger Ink - Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabber - Lights - Aqua



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Product Description & Information

Adirondack® Acrylic Paint Dabbers are the perfect mess-free paint applicator for foam and rubber stamps, cards, scrapbook pages, altered books, canvas, frames and more. These matte acrylic paints were developed with the Beautiful Adirondack coordinating palette of Lights. Dab them directly on stamps for mess-free paint application. Use direct-to-surface, for stippling, creating dots or full coverage. Remove cap for painting with a brush.
  • Acid free, non-toxic
  • Individual 1 oz. dabber bottles
  • Works on multiple surfaces
  • Convenient, mess-free and portable
  • Recommended by Tim Holtz


  • SKU: gb-rdab299 UPC: 789541022299

    Product Reviews and Ratings

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      5/ 5stars

      Works great on grunge and paper alike!

      This was my second bottle of paint dabbers; since I loved the pitch black so much! I've come to understand that each bottle may have a different consistency. This one is thicker than my black and took a little longer to prime the dabbing pump. However, once it started working, it was fabulous! I used this first on a LO on which I wanted to have a light blue cloud. I was quite pleased that I didn't have to apply more than one coat to the paper. It covered the white and beige pattern very well AND I was able to journal on top of it as soon as it dried.

      With the beauty that IS this product, I was able to try something new and was pleased with the result.

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