Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint, Turquoise Green 2 fl oz, Classic Matte Acrylic Paint for Easy Application, Crafts, Art Supplies with a Matte Finish (Pack of 1)

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Price: $0.58
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Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint is the crafters’ go-to choice for projects large and small. Create fun and original projects using this easy-to-use, high-quality paint. Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint is an essential product that every crafter should have on hand for base coat, stenciling and more. Apple Barrel applies beautifully to wood, paper, canvas, styrofoam, paper mache and more. This creamy color glides on smoothly and dries quickly on all your crafts. Use this versatile paint with acrylic brushes, stamps, stencils or sponges for an extraordinary finish. Enjoy excellent coverage on all your arts and crafts when you paint with Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint.
CONVENIENT SIZE – This Apple Barrel acrylic paint comes in a versatile 2 oz size, ideal for base coat, stenciling and much more.
FUN FINISH – This glossy acrylic paint dries to a matte finish – perfect for a variety of arts and crafts!
BRIGHT COLOR – Grab your acrylic brushes and add this fun, bright acrylic paint to all your DIY projects
USE ON MULTIPLE SURFACES – Use Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint on a variety of surfaces such as wood, paper, canvas, Styrofoam, papier-mâché and more.
EASY CLEANUP – Cleanup is easy with this acrylic paint! Simply clean when wet with soap and water

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Customers like the color, value, and quality of the paint. For example, they mention it’s pretty, bright, and has lots of colors available. That said, they say it’ll need more than one coat but has a great finish.

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8 reviews for Apple Barrel Acrylic Paint, Turquoise Green 2 fl oz, Classic Matte Acrylic Paint for Easy Application, Crafts, Art Supplies with a Matte Finish (Pack of 1)

  1. J. Alexander

    Great brand.
    When these have a deal, I stock up. I use these a lot for various crafts with the class and just for fun. Color selection is great.

  2. Stingray

    Great brand
    Paints well

  3. Nancy A. Cox

    Great color
    Very easy to paint with and the color is beautiful.

  4. shaindee

    Good paint
    Great paint. Great price. Great color.

  5. Lori

    Can’t beat the price
    Deco Art is my preferred choice but these are my second. Sometimes I buy the apple barrel brand just because it’s so much cheaper. It is a little thinner than deco art but for what we use it for, it’s ok.

  6. SugarANDspice

    Great paint!! Now let me tell you some secrets🤫
    I bought this one with 15 other colors same brand. Love this brand for the colors and price!! ~~~Now on to some secrets~~~ With all my projects I use liquid gesso first no matter what. Trust me get some cheap gesso it will save you some time and a few headaches. It’s just an acrylic primer I got a 16 oz bottle on Amazon for around 10$. I’ve had it for months and only used maybe a quarter so far. Some are clear some have a white base. I suggest the white base saves you some more time.I also see some people leave reviews saying the paint was coming up. I get the problem sometimes it’s because I get impatient. Sometimes I don’t let the first coat dry completely or it’s already drying and I go over it again. I really don’t know how to just leave it alone and walk away lolIf you want matte paint you can mix in some plaster of Paris. Also DecoArt makes something called chalk finish medium to mix on with your paint. ❤I really hope this helps someone❤

  7. Arthur B

    Great colors but…
    It all depends on what color you get. Some have great coverage and covers in one nice coat but some others go on very thin and you can see right through it like a thin water color and I’ve needed up to 5 coats in some cases. Overall I like this brand.

  8. Sambardo

    Good price for craft paints for under $1
    These are cheap crafts paints. They should be under $1. If the color you’re looking at is more than that, it is not a good value. I’ve picked a few up as fillers for sub&save for ~$0.60.As far as paint goes, they’re not high quality, but they are high quantity and suitable depending on what you’re doing. I’ve use them miniature painting, but they take a *lot* of thinning and a *lot* of coats. I like using them to mix up texture paste and I think they’d be good if you build a lot of terrain and just need it painted quick.Best use cases are probably for things that don’t require a lot of thinning: misc crats, learning to paint, etc.Pros:- Price- Quantity- Color varietyCons:- thick- Take a lot of coats

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