I imagine there are a few of you,
where your local Wal-Mart
is your only source for craft supplies,
specifically craft paint.
I've used their little bottles of craft paint
and have problems
with my paint drying out,
locating just the right color.
I don't feel like the craft paint companies
have done their best
to kept up on color trends...JMHO.
I wandered down the house paint isle,
while perusing my local Wal-Mart,
Cute little paint tester jars in gobs of colors.
Even varying shades of within a color!
My paint dilemma
has been resolved!
you know what is my favorite part of these little 2 oz. jars?
A paint brush is even included!
No paint brushes to wash,
how nifty is that?!!
I know you aren't going to be able to paint much detail
with this size of brush,
for large surface background painting,
the brush is ideal.
As you can see,
I am readying my heart-shaped boxes
for the upcoming
cross stitch chart.
After buying an ivory, red and brown paint,
I've decided upon the Ground Nutmeg Brown (#WGN32) paint,
making the boxes look like a milk chocolate heart.
If you would like to step outside of the box,
and paint your boxes a different color,
paint colors Cranberry Zing (#WGR32) or Whispering Wheat (#WGN30) also match the floss selections very nicely.
Wishing you all a fun-filled winter weekend,
I'm off to Walmart!!!
Thanks so much for the wonderful tip.Will be sure to check them out.Hugs,Jen
and if you watch Brenda, there are often coupons available online for these little paints! My husband makes frames & when people want them painted, these little paints are our turn to paint!
We have used coupons & gotten these for mere pennies!
I found these paint samples a few months before Christmas. They are great! I have a nice supply of them now...
What a great idea! Can you tell me how much these little bottles cost?
How neat! I wonder if the Walmarts around here have those.
Brenda, I use a lot of craft paints. I have hundreds of bottles. I saw somewhere to store them upside-down to keep them from drying out. It seems to help. Of course, when you open them, they sometimes let out more than you want! So I end up taking a brush and lapping it up and putting it back in the bottle. *sigh* Always something! LOL!
I Have to say that is the best new I have heard in days....LOL...I am off to Walmart...What would I do with out your blog???
Thanks for the tip,
I always see those little sample paints at Menards and I keep wondering just what I could do with them -- now I know! Thanks for the suggestion.
Now that is cool! I never thought to look there for small jars of paint. You are genius!
Here's a tip for you - When I was trying to decide on what color to paint my bedroom. I took the pictures off the wall and painted a square behind it. If I didn't like the color, I just put the picture back. My dear hubby was very surprised when I cleared the room to paint and there were all these swatches painted that he had no clue about.
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