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The best dots are always made with a fresh puddle of paint and the object of your choice: a stylus, embossing tool, toothpick, or the handle of a paint brush. To get perfectly even dots, dip one time in fresh paint, apply to surface, wipe tool (dot maker) clean and dip again. If you allow paint to build up on the dot maker, the dots will get gradually larger.
Ever get home from a workshop and find you have dried acrylic paint on your clothes? I wear an apron but usually end up getting some on my sleeve. Getting dried paint off clothing is not easy, but I have had some success using alcohol. The trick is to keep a small bottle of hand sanitizer with your paints - if used right away, it helps dissolve the wet paint if it gets on your clothes or furniture.
FOR ACRYLIC PAINT:
A "QUICK" dip in hot water will often straighten out the fibers of a brush which may have been left to dry in a crooked
This sometimes happens when you are packing up after a workshop or seminar and the brush is not kept contained in a proper position. Make sure the brush is cleaned (with soap & water or with alcohol or fingernail polish (acetone) if the paint has dried in the bristles). Simply dip in simmering water, shape and allow time to dry. This may
need to be repeated. If this doesn't work - oh well - the brush was ruined anyway.
Remember the fun we had with Donna Alexander the shaving cream project ! Well it will work with Easter egg decorating as well ....You take a large enough container such as a disposable baking pan ....spray a lot of shaving cream in it , proceed to put the colors you want of food coloring on top of the shave cream swirl it around then roll the hard boiled egg in it let sit for a bit then wipe off ....You have very colorful Easter eggs......You might want to wear plastic gloves , it can be messy.......