On what types of surfaces can Martha Stewart Marbling Medium be used?
Many porous and non-porous surfaces can be decorated with Martha Stewart Marbling Medium such as wood, papier mache, paper (for notecards or watercolor art), canvas, cork, metal and ceramic. However, on sealed surfaces such as ceramics, Martha Stewart Marbling Medium should be used for decorative purposes only. When applying marbled effects on fabrics, items should be used for decorative purposes only as well because the paint and Marbling Medium mixture will dry to a non-flexible film. Also note that surfaces to be decorated can be flat or dimensional.
What is the best way to mix Martha Stewart Marbling Medium with Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Satin Paints?
The proper ratio of paint and marbling medium is 1 part paint to 2 parts medium. The best way to mix the two is: in a small container, pour one part paint first and then add two parts of Marbling Medium. Using either a craft stick or a palette knife, gently mix the two liquids together until thoroughly combined. Do not whisk or stir quickly as this will introduce air bubbles into the mixture.
Is Martha Stewart Marbling Medium safe to use outdoors?
When mixed properly using Martha Stewart Crafts Multi-Surface Satin Acrylic Paints, a marbleized project can be used both indoors and outdoors.
How long does it take Martha Stewart Marbling Medium to dry?
Martha Stewart Crafts Watercolor Craft Paints will dry to the touch within four hours depending upon the thickness of the paint application and the humidity of the room being worked in. Surfaces decorated with Martha Stewart Marbling Medium will be fully cured in 21 days.
Where can I learn more about Martha Stewart Marbling Medium?