Wednesday, September 5, 2012


I cam across this product the other day.


  • Black
  • Bright Red 185
  • Burgundy 201
  • Burnt Orange 173
  • Camel
  • Caribbean Blue
  • Charcoal Grey
  • Hunter Green 343
  • Lavender
  • Navy Blue 294
  • Periwinkle 2727
  • Plum 255
  • Saddle Brown 4695
  • Sage Green

Have any of you tried this yet?


Nancy said...

I would like to try this on a parsons chair I need to make a slipcover for. I have heard of people taking acrylic paint to fabric before. Are you going to try it?
xo Nancy

My Crafty Home Life said...

I haven't tried it yet, but I also blogged about it. I think it would work well for a painted rug?

LiveLaughDecorate said...

hmmm. interesting idea. Would love to hear from anyone who has tried it. My concerns are a) smell
b)stains c)longevity will you have to spray the fabric every year etc?

Vel Criste said...

nope, not yet, I saw a great blog post months ago about painting upholstery, I'm just scared to try it just yet thinking the paint may stick on my clothes or worse yet on my guests clothes! LOL! :-) Let us know if you do though.

Jessi said...

I have used this product twice and love it! Initially I painted two outdoor cushions. I will say for outdoor furniture the product doesnt go on great by just spraying it. I used a foam brush and several coats to work the paint in. Im sure this was because the outdoor fabric is water resistant. The next piece I did was removable cushions for a rocking chair in our nursery. Much easier and turned out great. The product works best if you are trying to stay within the same color family or go from a light color to a darker color. It can get expensive on a large piece. Other than that I would definetly recommend it!

Beth of designPOST Interiors said...

I have never heard of it but I am so excited to try it now!

Katrine - make it and fake it said...

WOW; this is amazing!!! thanks for sharing!!let us know if you try it out! i would love to know how it works!! :)

love K


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