Lumiere Artist Acrylics are brilliant metallics, perfect for a variety of surfaces including wood, canvas, paper, Styrofoam, and natural or synthetic fabrics from lightweight silk to denim and leather.
The colors are opaque and exceptionally vibrant, even on black or dark backgrounds. Hi Lite colors are meant only for use on dark colors. Super Sparkle has multi-color sparkles.
Jacquard Lumiere can be screened, stamped, stenciled, marbled, printed, or airbrushed (25% water mix required for airbrush). The colors come in 2 1/4 oz. jars.
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Some of my Lumiere paints have hardened. How can I make them usable again?- Asked by Stampinmama on 14-Nov-13
If they are already hardened, it is too late to do anything. This is because acrylic is polymer (plastic). If they are at the stage where you can peel off the hardened shell and it is still moist underneath, then just plain water will make them usable.- Answered by MisterArt on 14-Nov-13
Can I use Lumiere paint on canvas?- Asked by Rita on 08-Jan-13
Yes, this paint can be used on canvas.- Answered by MisterArt on 08-Jan-13
Can these paints be used on glass specifically on the bottom of a plate? Will the paint be permanent?- Asked by carol n on 29-Aug-12
Lumiere Artist Acrylics can be used on glass, but need to be sealed with an acrylic varnish to ensure longevity. These paints are not food-safe or dishwasher-safe. You may consider a paint formulated specifically for glass painting, such as Pebeo Vitrea 160.- Answered by MisterArt on 29-Aug-12
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