Pardon me while I get on my soap box! For the last 25 years I have used Delta Ceramcoat acrylic paint for all my painting projects! Now for some unknown reason (at least unknown to me) they have changed not only the packaging, but also evidently the paint within the bottle!!! Big mistake!!! They ruined a perfectly good product!
It is kind of like the story of the Goldilocks and the Three Bears...Apple Barrel is too thin...Folk Art is too thick...Delta Ceramcoat is (make that was) just right! What's a girl (Okay, I used that word lightly.) to do?
So far I've scoured the stores and internet for any paint in the old package. That's the bottle with the rainbow on the label rather than the one with the colorful flower. Fortunately, I've found a few, but when that is gone...I'm going to be in a pickle!
Any of you other painters/artists have any suggestions? Please let me know!
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A blog that's not only about handmade or hand painted treasures found at http://www.wood-n-stitches.com/, but also those created by talented artists from a variety of fields.
After 33 years of teaching first graders, I'm finally retired and getting to turn my attention to my other life-long love...crafting! It's always an adventure.
As my business name, Wood-n-Stitches, implies, the bulk of my handmade crafts are folk art paintings on a variety of wooden items and soft sculpture folk art dolls, Santas, snowmen, etc.