Step into the world of one of primary colors - blue. This collection features blue paints, with blue paints across the entire Tattered Angels family including - Glimmer Mist (sheer mist with mica), Simply Sheer (sheer mist without mica), Chalkboard Mist (semi-opaque mist with mica), Baseboard Mist (semi-opaque mist without mica), Glimmer Glam, Glimmer Glaze, High Impact Paint, Decor & DIY Paint. You can click on each link to learn more about each paint type and also to see the colors available by paint type.
Art by Erin Reed
The blues of the sky and the water bring a touch of nature to all of your projects. This primary color has many tones from baby blue to deep navy and pretty trendy right now.
Art by Linda Sandblåst Skotheim
Blue is the perfect choice for 4th of July and all that is patriotic and it is also a go to for nautical crafts. Transform anything to a beautiful shade of blue with a few mists or swipes of the brush.
Add a touch of yellow and you make greens and turquoise and add a touch of red to get any shade of purple.
Try the Tattered Angels Color wheel to design your own set of colors by starting with the primaries - red, blue and yellow. This is a great tool for teachers to use in the classroom with kids of all ages.
Glimmer Mist is a liquid watercolor paint and can be used a number of ways:
1. shake and mist with the pump
2. shake and pour into a small cup or paint palette and apply with you favorite brush (the mica and colors of the paint show up in beautiful ways)
3. remove the mister and drop from the tube onto your project for a deeper, mixed media appeal.
4. ombre by misting two colors together and letting them meet in the middle
For best results shake side to side and never up and down to keep all the mica in the bottle and not in the mister, if that does happen, wash the mister with hot water to remove any clogged mica. If that does not work, email us at email@example.com and we would be happy to send you a new sprayer.
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