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Re: Crayola paint

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DeDeRuss
Wed, 3 Feb 1999 07:17:00 EST


Have any of you tried "Createx" poster fabric acrylic? I find it is the best
and have been using it for about 10 years exclusively. I can be used by older
students on canvas, and the little guys on paper without it flaking off the
paper. We use it to paint fabric---it does not wash out. (We did t-shirts a
few years ago and after repeated washing they still are great) We also use it
on fired clay, it covers beautifully. It can be used as water color and for
any printing projects as well. It mixes well and one can create pearlescent
colors by just adding the white pearl paint to any color. The golds are very
strong and look great on any project. It is very thick but can be thinned
without losing intensity of pigment by adding a little table salt!

DeDe