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Shiva Artist's Paintstiks - Dark Blue Iridescent

Shiva Artist's Paintstiks - Dark Blue Iridescent
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Dark Blue Iridescent

Explore and create with Shiva's easy to use Artist's Paintstiks! These dreamy oil paints in solid form are ideal for fabric painting, as well as sketching, drawing, home decorating projects, painting on canvas, rubbings, stenciling - you name it! There are no unpleasant odors or fumes, so you can paint virtually anywhere, at any time, on almost any surface: fabric, canvas, paper, wood, plastic, and metal. In most cases, the paint dries in 24 hours. All colors are fully intermixable and blendable to achieve your desired shade. Learn more about tips and techniques in the book "Paintstiks on Fabric" (our product code QRBKPNTS) and "Paintstik Inspirations!" DVD (our product code QRDVDINS). Shiva Dark Blue Iridescent Paintstick, 4 1/2" x 5/8, Permanent and fade proof.

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