Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Martha Stewart Craft Paints….Will They Really Work on All Surfaces?

First I would like to thank Martha Stewart Crafts for sending me their Satin Paint Kit, foam pouncers and stencil kit. I was so excited to receive them and immediately thought…do these paints really work on all surfaces?

These paints are designed to work on wood, glass, metal and fabric and are for both indoor and outdoor use. In fact, that information is printed on the back of each paint bottle. But will they work on additional surfaces? To find out the answer, please watch the video.



If you would like to see all the colors and finishes that are available, visit Michaels.com or click here. Then click on looking for colors and you will go to Michael’s color finder. You can select your color, compare them and even print them. Wow!

Hope you enjoyed the video….I had so much fun making it. It was like pretending to be a scientist plus I learned new ways to use my craft supplies.

Linda

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting this. I often wonder if marketing lives up the hype. This gives me some ideas for new projects!

Dana S

Angi said...

I saw the paint in Michael's and really want to try them. Thanks for the video.

Momof4inArlington said...

Thank you for this product review! I moved to a small town last year, without craft stores, (YIKES!). I wasn't even aware that MS has introduced craft paints. Your curiosity always benefits your subscribers!

Susan said...

Thanks for the review of these MS paints. They certainly look as if they work for almost any application. Great colours too.

Carofanotivo said...

Thanks for the review of these MS paints. They certainly look as if they work for almost any application. Great colours too.

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