"I have since used the poster paint on feathers and then sealed them with a warm iron over a tea towel and they too have been fine even after the water test. As poster paint is already diluted it is not at all heavy or gloopy. I tried feathers…"
"If I was to colour a hat base or something large I use MTN spray paints. However I find them very heavy on lighter things like feathers and flowers...I assume it would be more of a fabric paint I would use. Could anybody recommend a brand? I am…"
Having yesterday received an order for a pale lemon fascinator, I was disappointed than no UK suppliers had anything other than vibrant yellow sinamay. I followed the discussion on here but do not have a local stockist of Dylon fabric paint so I decided to try an experiment. I have a bottle each of yellow and white poster paint from The Works (£1.00 for 300ml bottle) which I mixed and…See More
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