The Crafter's Workshop Modeling Paste, Antique Gold, 2 oz.

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TCW9038
Availability: In stock

Ships Tuesday, August 16 if ordered in the next 11 hours and 48 minutes!

Quick Overview

Creamy, smooth Modeling Pastes from The Crafter's Workshop can be used on a multitude of surfaces to add texture, structure, and dimension to your mixed media art projects. Anything is possible! Available in a 2 oz. jar.
$6.79
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Creamy, smooth Modeling Pastes from The Crafter's Workshop can be used on a multitude of surfaces to add texture, structure, and dimension to your mixed media art projects. Anything is possible! Scrape modeling paste through a stencil, add color to tint the paste, use to build up surfaces on which to add other media, stamp or draw into wet paste to create embossing, and anything else you can imagine. Works with watercolor, acrylic, ink, stamps, and more.

Antique Gold - This metallic modeling paste has a dark, aged gold shine that adds highly reflective accents as a base coat or on top of other media.

More Information
Brand The Crafter's Workshop
Series Modeling Paste
Color Antique Gold
Color Family Metallic
Size 2 oz.
Format Jar
No. TCW9038

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