Faber-Castell - Mix and Match Collection - Color Gelatos - Blue - 4 Piece Set with Clear Acrylic Stamp




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The Mix and Match Collection from Faber-Castell makes designing with color simple. Choose a color set that inspires you. Choose a medium. Mix and Match as you create. Color coordinated palettes give you the freedom to design your project knowing the colors will work beautifully together. Perfect for all you design, memory and craft projects! The luscious acid-free pigment sticks glide on creamy vibrant color and blend beautifully with or without water. They work great on dark papers and on smooth and textured surfaces, even flocked paper and canvas. Try a variety of stamping techniques (stamp included), from the traditional method of applying color directly to the stamp, to reverse stamping – a subtle technique created by laying down a field of Gelato color on paper and using a stamp to remove some of the color. Each package includes one each of the following Gelato Stick colors: Gelatos Cotton Candy, Blueberry, Boysenberry and Grape. This set also includes one paintbrush and stamp.
SKU: par-fbr770159 UPC: 092633805640

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    5/ 5stars

    Love the color combination

    This is really fun to work with especially on corragated cardboard. Apply it randomly to the cardboard and blend the colors with the brush and some water until you get the desired effect. Apply some smooch spritz for a little shimmer.

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