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Introducing NEW FolkArt Color Shift™


More than brilliant bold hues, NEW FolkArt Color Shift™ has pigments that create a metallic luster with colors that shift in changing light! Use this innovative new paint on most paintable craft surfaces, including wood, terra cotta, stretched canvas, rigid plastic, papier mache, metal, bisque ware or unglazed ceramics, glass and ceramics.  Smooth, 3D surfaces maximize light reflection for the paint's color shifting properties. Available in 10 on-trend richly hued shades, FolkArt Color Shift is water-based, non-toxic and made in the USA. 

We just announced this new formula at the craft and creative industry’s leading trade show, Creativation 2017, and we’re excited to announce that this new formula is available now. Add a flash of color to your home decor and craft DIYs with new FolkArt Color Shift! 




Watch now to see what FolkArt Color Shift can do: 



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Posted: 1/27/2017 12:15:00 PM by LEAP | with 7 comments
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8/18/2017 3:39:42 AM

Della H.
Used the Aqua Flash on an old solar light, love it!
8/8/2017 8:23:37 PM

Nancy Hall
I am very interested in this product. What is the cost?
8/5/2017 8:45:30 AM

Popa
what is the proper way to thin this paint or to make it go on smoother?
7/24/2017 10:30:05 AM

Clarence Olson
Great to have. Can they be airbrushed and any tips for airbrushing?
7/10/2017 9:15:00 AM

Benita Dotson
As a One Stroke Certified Teacher I can't wait to try these color shifting paints. Be still my heart!
6/23/2017 11:23:39 AM

Lisa J Wood
Oooooo those colors! Love them! I'll be putting some to the test. :)
4/24/2017 1:34:39 PM

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