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Making Memories paint is the best by far! I've tried them all, trust me. This covers so much better than any other. I use it for scrapping, for crafts, for stamping! Anything that I can think of. The colors are vibrant and true! And, they fit right into the Making Memories Embellishment Center that I love!
I use these paints all the time, even for projects that don't otherwise use products from the Noteworthy line. The colors of the solid paints are beautiful and I haven't used the glitters too much yet but I'm sure I will. Overall I'm very happy that I bought this set.
This product works wonderful.
I am a paint fanatic! I rarely do a layout without even just a little stroke of paint on it--it's kind of my signature. Making Memories is the first paint I ever tried, and I love it! The coverage is excellent: A little goes a long way! I altered a big square tissue box, started out by painting the entire thing, and barely used 1/3 of a small bottle. Not only that, but the Making Memories paint dries so quickly! A medium coat on chipboard, for example, only takes about 10 minutes to dry completely! It washes off of brushes (and hands!) easily. And the colors! So many choices, and such beautifully-saturated colors! There is a color for everybody out there, regardless of your taste! I've tried some cheaper brands over the past year, but just wind up throwing them away because they are too thin so you use more, plus they take a lifetime to dry. From now on, I'm sticking to my Making Memoiries paint! And so should you!
I have several different colors and collections of paints from making memories. I have tried other paint brands and they don't work like these do. For one, they dont come off of the stamps. The making memories paints you can use color after color and it never stain your stamps. You can use them on acrylic stamps, foam stamps, you can paint chipboard and then sand it. you can use these paints on transparencies too.