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How many paint colors are included in each kit?
Our everyday line of Paint by Number kits includes 24 paint pots. Our licensed kits, which feature Saturday Evening Post, Smithsonian, and Thomas Kinkade, include 32 paint pots to achieve the authenticity and details of the painting.
What size artwork is available in the Paint by Number kits?
The proven most popular size of Paint by Number artwork is 16” x 20” and designs are available in either horizontal or vertical formats.
What is included in a Paint by Number kit?
Each Paint by Number kit is all inclusive! Included in each kit you will find a printed, pre-numbered canvas panel, all the paint necessary to complete the design, a paint brush, very easy-to-follow instructions, and a numbered chart of the design.
What is Paint by Number?
Dating back to the 1950’s, Paint by Number is known as a style of art performed by filling in pre-numbered areas on a canvas or canvas panel with specific matching colors of paint.
This popular art form is trending and Plaid has now brought these designs to market in kit form.
What is the difference between Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint and Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Craft paint?
Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Craft Paint is a durable, premium, multi-surface acrylic paint that is both dishwasher and machine washer safe. It is perfect for both painting and stenciling and comes in several specialty finishes such as high gloss, satin, metallic, glow-in the dark, and chalkboard.
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint is a high quality paint designed for painting and distressing furniture and home décor accessories. It does not require any project preparation such as priming, sanding, or stripping. It dries to a matte chalk finish, can be finished and polished with waxes, and is formulated for easy sanding and distressing.
My Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint has clumps in it! What should I do?
Over time, that is perfectly natural. As air becomes trapped in the top portion of the paint bottle (after it has been opened and paint used) a paint skin may form.
With each paint use, it is best to remove the top skin before stirring the paint.
How do I clean Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint out of my brushes and stencils?
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint should be cleaned from your painting tools using soap and warm water immediately after each use.
Can I embellish my painted and distressed Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint project with stenciling?
Yes! Use Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint through stencils to add detail or embellishment to your project. Martha Stewart Crafts has a collection of Vintage Decor Stencil sets perfect for larger areas and home decor projects.
The stenciled design can be left as is after stenciling or distressed using medium grit sandpaper.
What makes Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint ideal for creating the distressed look?
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paints sand easily without “gumming up” the sandpaper. It sands to a fine powder which is easily brushed or wiped away.
When satisfied with the distressed look, wipe project surface with a damp paper towel to remove excess sanding dust. Then you are ready to seal and protect your project with the Vintage Decor Waxes.
How do I create a distressed look using Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint?
Creating the distressed look is easy and can be achieved by simply sanding your painted surface with a medium grit sandpaper. This can be done using a one color or multiple color application. After distressing a one color application, the base surface will appear. After distressing a multiple color application, the previously painted color will appear.
Tip: Sand and distress edges and corners to highlight the detailed areas on your piece.
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