Intense color for your paper crafting! These Color Burst dry pigment powders are packed with intense color! Use them in card making, scrapbooking, on tags, art journals and other paper crafts for unique backgrounds and... More Info »
Intense color for your paper crafting! These Color Burst dry pigment powders are packed with intense color! Use them in card making, scrapbooking, on tags, art journals and other paper crafts for unique backgrounds and images.
These micro-fine concentrated powders are lightweight, but they pack a mighty punch once you add water! Spritz little “poofs” of powder onto your paper and the magic begins! Spray water over the paper and watch as intense spots of color appear. Add more water to dissolve the powders into a watercolor wash.
Dissolve a bit of Color Burst in water in a spritzer bottle, then mist it over your paper. Or use a paintbrush to paint the diluted Color Burst onto your stamped image.
Sprinkle the powder over a craft sheet, spritz with water to dissolve it, then place your watercolor paper or cardstock in it. Lift up to find a lovely watercolored background for stamping, card making, or to use on scrapbook pages. Or sprinkle the powder over a stencil, spriz with water, and when dry, lift the stencil off to find a unique, colorful design!
Wet your watercolor paper first, then poof some of the Color Burst over it and watch as the colors bloom on your paper! Use the powders over heat-embossed images for emboss-resist designs. The options are truly endless! You'll get six 6-gram bottles of concentrated powder. You'll have so much fun being creative with these Color Burst powders—and you'll save when you purchase this whole set!
• Color Burst Pthalo Green (link)
• Color Burst Ultramarine Blue (link)
• Color Burst Orange (link)
•Color Burst Lemon Yellow (link)
• Color Burst Alizarin Crimson (link)
• Color Burst Violet (link)
Item #: 5000265
These were the most fun I have had with card crafting! There are a lot of different things you can do, including making background paper, letting it dry and then punching out things to go on the paper (butterflies, dragonflies, flowers, etc) making your own embellishments. There are so many different techniques and combinations. Part of the fun is, you never can be sure what you will get until you spritz it! Definitely watch the video to get started!
Monday, December 7th @ 10:35 AM
I wasn't too sure about these pigment powders until I got to play with them at Girlfriend's Getaway. They are so fun! I love watching the "magic" when they are spritzed. A tiny bit really does go a LONG way (in more ways than one - make sure you are working on a craft sheet!). I just love the backgrounds I've made so far.
Friday, October 16th @ 03:14 PM
I love the colorful backgrounds I'm getting, but I am having trouble getting just the right "flow" for the powders. But I do see potential and plan to keep playing until it get the knack of it.
Wednesday, August 12th @ 08:46 AM
These powders are one of THE most fun things I've run across at Paperwishes...and that's saying a LOT. If you haven't viewed the webisode, you should. A picture - or in this case, a video - is worth a thousands words. I have a tube of white flowers that I've used these colors on, alone and in combination. Oh My Gosh! Make your own explosively colorful focals that will go with any papers you have. And have a ball doing it. I love Paperwishes.
Friday, August 7th @ 12:56 PM
These paints are SO much fun. I started out just "testing" them w/ various papers and stamping. My great-niece (age 5) was here the day I got the package; she had a wonderful time as well. My favorite is to sprinkle some color on paper then decide which flower or butterfly those colors work well for then do a diecut for cards later on. It is the first time I have purchased the "deal" from a webisode. Well worth the price and endless possibilities for use.
Friday, August 7th @ 10:50 AM
I had originally thought that powdered water color wouldn't be worth buying. But was I wrong! These are incredibly intense and fun to work with. Their uses are unlimited and I have had a ball trying many different ways of using them. They have been my go-to color agent for the last couple of weeks, and I see no end in sight.