Distress Paints
February 18, 2014

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Penny (posted 9 months 6 days ago)
I wasn't a believer in these paints before I saw the webisode - now I'm a convert, I love what I saw demonstrated and am off to play!
Mary Bynum (posted 9 months 9 days ago)
I like the new to me site.
You have done a very nice job.
Addie (posted 9 months 10 days ago)
I appreciate the way you combine these techniques with patterned paper. You're showing me ingenious ways to combine mixed media styles with the papers I love. Thanks so much!
Diana (posted 9 months 11 days ago)
I just love your webisodes and all the ideas. You have wonderful products. I want to thank everyone for the great ideas, it keeps me inspired to keep crafting.
Peggy (posted 9 months 11 days ago)
As I watched the awesome techniques I wondered if the "salt technique" would another look to your already beautiful look. Thanks so much for your webisodes. You are amazing! Peggy
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
That's an interesting idea. The paint is thick so it might work. We'll have to check. Thanks for the idea.
cheryl nore (posted 9 months 11 days ago)
totally enjoy being informed on new products and demo showing the results, thank you good job.enjoyed the hand cut feather card so much.
Barbara C (posted 9 months 12 days ago)
Beautiful cards. Great ideas and techniques. Thanks for the inspiration.
Glo (posted 9 months 12 days ago)
Greetings! Wonderful techniques! Thank you!
Debby Noel (posted 9 months 12 days ago)
When you use Crackle paint. Once it has dried and 'cracked', use a sponge applicator and rub ink into the 'cracks' to highlight them.
Debby Noel (posted 9 months 12 days ago)
Distress paints are almost as much fun as the Distress inks. But there isn't a Tim Holtz that isn't fun to use.
karen (posted 9 months 12 days ago)
Hi,
I like the free classes you have coming up. It makes it easier to learn while making new products.
ksb1960@cox.net
Beverly (posted 9 months 12 days ago)
My Wish List is getting a little longer! The acrylic card is gorgeous. Love the technique.
Trish (posted 9 months 13 days ago)
The Distress Paints look like they are a lot of fun!!! your webisodes really inspire me to try everything at least once!!! Thank you!!
Now only if there were a Mixed Media Personal Shopper!!! ;-)
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