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Nuvo - Embellishment Mousse - Cornflower Blue - 806n
Nuvo Cornflower Blue Embellishment Mousse
The Nuvo Embellishment Mousse in Cornflower Blue is perfect for highlighting your artwork with smooth metallic details provided by the highly-pigmented mica powder. Ideal for use with or without stencils, the Embellishment Mousse adds a unique lustrous shine to your papercraft projects and beyond. This versatile mousse is perfect for gilding your designs or using as a stencil paste. For even more brilliant effects, try watering it down for painting and spritzing.
The Nuvo Embellishment Mousse is perfect for highlighting your artwork with smooth metallic details provided by the highly-pigmented mica powder and offers the following features -
✓ 2.2 fl oz jar
✓ Easy-to-apply mousse contains high-pigmented mica powder to provide a lustrous shine
✓ Use for gliding and stencilling
✓ Water down for painting and spritzing
✓ Available in a variety of colors
✓ Sturdy see-through plastic jar with screw lid to keep the paste in good condition when not in use
✓ Jar has a large opening - easy to return excess paste to the jar
I bought at least 16 colors of this product when it was on a sale and I am glad I did. I could not have afforded all those colors otherwise. I like how this product goes on... it's easy to use. I let mine air dry overnight, but I have seen crafters online use a heat tool to speed the process. I use a baker's scraper to lift the excess off a stencil and then return it to the jar. The mousse is more concentrated than you imagine when you think 'Mousse'... or at least it's thicker than I think of 'mousse.' There is a foil seal under the screw-on lid, so the product stays moist between uses. I think this company is to be praised. Their products deliver on promises. This color would be good for generic regular patterns (stripes, diamonds, circles, etc.) as backgrounds and as part of a rainbow design.
It takes a bit of manipulation, as it's drier than I thought it would be. You have to add water to a bit of it on a mat, then smash it up with a pallet knife to get it going. But once you do, it's fine.
I bought 13 of these, so I'm just gonna cut-n-paste. They all behave the same way. But sure do make pretty cards.
Cornfower Blue very lovely for flower stencils. Enjoying it.