Ranger Ink - Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabber - Lights - Cloudy Blue

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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

  • SKU: gb-rdab305 UPC: 789541022305

    Product Reviews and Ratings

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    • Verified Buyer

      5/ 5stars

      A beautiful soft blue

      I have to say that the Ranger dabbers are one of my favorite scrappy products. I can’t get enough of these paints. They are so user friendly and the paint coats evenly and smoothly.

      I particularly like this sweet baby blue. It’s light and airy and perfect for soft accents. The paint covers raw chipboard perfectly, though you may want to use a second coat. It dries very quickly. The bottle is small but lasts a long time. I love the dabber top. A+ product.

    • Verified Buyer

      5/ 5stars

      Dabbers are great!

      If you've never tried a Dabber before, just buy one to see if you'd like it. They are a great no-mess way to paint. When you first open one you have to make sure to shake it really well and then to dab a lot to get the flow going, but after that initial try it will be smooth sailing. I love this baby blue color and they really will last you a long time.

    • Verified Buyer

      5/ 5stars

      beautiful color

      a very pretty baby blue. Shake, shake, shake! The first layer was like a clear blue. After shaking it more, it became opaque and just what I was looking for. I used it on raw chipboard and dabbed it on. I like the slightly bumpy effect. If you stroke it on, you get a different effect.