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What type of Mod Podge Mod Mold designs are there?
There is a wide variety of Mod Podge Mod Mold designs available to the general crafter.
Designs include everything from celebration icons (birthday, baby and wedding) to travel, fashion, floral/nature, even a block style alphabet for personalization.
What is Mod Podge Extreme Glitter?
The Mod Podge Extreme Glitter formula contains three different holographic glitters that dry with a gloss finish—perfect for holiday, jewelry and fashion projects. Whether you brush on one light application or add a few more, Mod Podge Extreme Glitter will add glitter sparkle effects to decoupaged projects. The more applications, the more glitter sparkle you achieve.
Mod Podge Extreme Glitter is available in an easy-to-use, wide mouth 8 fl. oz. bottle.
What is Mod Podge Extreme Glitter?
The Mod Podge Extreme Glitter formula contains three different holographic glitters that dry with a gloss finish—perfect for holiday, jewelry and fashion projects. Whether you brush on one light application or add a few more, Mod Podge Extreme Glitter will add glitter sparkle effects to decoupaged projects. The more applications, the more glitter sparkle you achieve.
Mod Podge Extreme Glitter is available in an easy-to-use, wide mouth 8 fl. oz. bottle.
How do I prepare my fabric for using Fabric Mod Podge® on it?
You must pre-wash, dry and iron the fabric. DO NOT use fabric softener. If using a t-shirt or a thin fabric, place a piece of wax paper inside directly under where you will be decoupaging your design.
Where can I learn more about Fabric Creations Soft Fabric Inks?
You can learn more about this product by reading the complete Fabric Creations Soft Fabric Inks FAQ.
What kind of paint is used for One Stroke™ decorative painting?
Any formula of FolkArt® paint is perfect for One Stroke or any kind of decorative painting. Donna Dewberry uses FolkArt® Acrylics, FolkArt® Enamels (for glass and ceramics), FolkArt® Outdoor (for outdoor projects), and FolkArt® Fabric (for linens and clothing).
What do I need to know about painting on garments or other fabrics when using the One Stroke™ Technique?
Preparing Garments:
Wash and dry the garment according to manufacturer's instructions before painting. This will remove sizing and excess dye and guard against shrinkage after painting. Do not use fabric softener. Iron the garment so it's smooth.
Using and Placing Patterns:
  1. It's a good idea to plan the placement of the pattern before you transfer it to the garment. Pin the pattern where you'd like it to go. Try the garment on and observe in mirror to achieve ideal placement.
  2. Trace the original pattern onto tracing paper with a pencil or pen.
  3. To transfer, place the item to be painted on your work surface and lay the traced pattern in position on project. Slip transfer paper between pattern and item. Trace pattern with stylus to transfer it.
Using a Shirtboard:
Place a cardboard shirtboard inside the garment so you'll have a firm surface for painting and your paint won't bleed through to the back of the garment. Use masking tape to fasten excess fabric to the back of the shirtboard, out of your way. Your painting surface should be taut and flat, but not stretched out of shape. You can make your own shirtboard by cutting a piece of cardboard large enough to fit inside the garment. Cover the cardboard with plastic wrap.
If you prefer not to use FolkArt® Fabric paint, you can create your own fabric paint using regular FolkArt acrylic colors.
Mixing FolkArt Acrylic Colors with Textile Medium When Painting with One Stroke™:
Mix 1 part FolkArt® Textile Medium and 1 part FolkArt® Acrylic paint as directed on the FolkArt® Textile Medium label.
Testing Your Fabric:
Each fabric takes paint a little differently. Some fabrics require more paint; for others a little will be enough. Before painting your design, apply a little bit of paint in an inconspicuous part of the garment, such as a seam allowance or hem. If that's not possible, use a clean paint brush to dab a small amount of water on the fabric to see how the fabric absorbs it.
Heat Setting Your Painting:
Let painted garment dry 24 hours. Place a pressing cloth over painted design. Iron 30 seconds over pressing cloth with iron on highest appropriate setting for fabric.
Can I mix Fabric Creations™ Soft Fabric Inks to achieve a new color?
Yes, Fabric Creations™ Soft Fabric Inks may be mixed or blended to achieve a new value or different color.
What types of surfaces can I use Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint on?
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint can be applied to many different types of surfaces such as wood, terra cotta, metal/tin, canvas, paper mache and plaster.
It can also be applied to ceramic and/or glass surfaces, however the paint is not dishwasher safe. Fabric surfaces can also be painted using Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint, however the surface is not machine washable. When decorating glass, ceramic and fabric surfaces, your project should be used as a decorative accessory and lightly cleaned using a damp cloth when needed.
What types of surfaces can I use Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint on?
Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint can be applied to many different types of surfaces such as wood, terra cotta, metal/tin, canvas, paper mache and plaster.
It can also be applied to ceramic and/or glass surfaces, however the paint is not dishwasher safe. Fabric surfaces can also be painted using Martha Stewart Crafts Vintage Decor paint, however the surface is not machine washable. When decorating glass, ceramic and fabric surfaces, your project should be used as a decorative accessory and lightly cleaned using a damp cloth when needed.
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