Gelatos Colors
July 25, 2012

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TrishW (posted 2 years 3 months ago)
I am hungry for Gelatos now! thank you for sharing all these neat techniques
Dayna (posted 2 years 3 months ago)
Dear Paulette and Ann,
I am learning alot from you ladys . Keep it up you are doing a great job! Congrats Ann many years of happiness.
Kim (posted 2 years 3 months ago)
Thanks for this webisode -- very helpful! I love Gelatos and now have more ideas for using them. Some of your customers might also like to know that Gelato color is permanent once dry, which means you can layer more wet media on top it. This is a very cool product!
Cynthia (posted 2 years 3 months ago)
I have always wanted to learn how to use the Gelatos! Thank you ladies for all the tips and techniques. Great webisode!!
Janet Trapp (posted 2 years 3 months ago)
You mention these are very easy to smear and "melt" when wet. Do these dry and then not come off to the touch. IF not then how do you keep them from coming off on people? I have wanted to try them but I hate when I create and the person receiving wears it...
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
When you mix the Gelatos with water, it turns it into a medium similar to watercolor paint. When watercolor paint dries, it doesn't smear, as is with Gelatos. The only situation in which it could potentially smear is if you used the Gelato as is and also used a very thick layer. Susan (a wonderful lady on our design team) believes that if you use a baby wipe over the top of the thick Gelato part, then it will dry and not smear. I hope that helps you!
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