Cold Enamel Paint embellish all kinds of objects, giving them an enamel look. It is not an ordinary paint, but it is a glossy paint in which colors cannot intertwine and does not mix. You can get special effects! Drying takes a while, but when it dries, it has a beautiful glossy layer that looks very much like enamel. The object has a nice smooth layer, which you really need to feel for a moment!
In the picture it is not really good to see, this cold enamel you must have done yourself once, if you want to know how it is. With the handy bottles you can apply it right from the bottle on flat surfaces. This papier-mâché egg, for example, was a handy substrate to experiment with. You can also use a wooden box, flat MDF shape, canvas cloth or canvas board to make a decoration with Cold Enamel paint.
With a needle or pin you can pass through the paint, so that patterns can form. Here are just stripes drawn from top to bottom.
Drops of green dripped around, then passed through with a needle, in just 1 circular motion. So get those cute heart leaves!
Glue a stick on the back so you can use the egg as a plant stick!
Maybe nice to know that this set of hanging papier-mache eggs (10cm) costs only 1 euro, I have them HERE from:)
More info about Collall Cold Enamel can be found HERE
Or create your own papiermache shape by pasting newsprint with this Collall glue !
Also useful to know: With Cold Enamel you can also own window stickersMake!
When Cold Enamel is applied to a smooth non-absorbent surface, for example on a placemat, sheet or glass. After the Cold Enamel has dried, it can be subtracted and used as a sticker on other smooth surfaces. Cold Enamel can be used to create, for example, beautiful door and window stickers.