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3 paint brushes painting sage, blush and forest green Mudpaint clay paint swaths.

Introducing Mudpaint: The Perfect Partner for Your Crafting and Upcycling Projects

We're buzzing with excitement to introduce you to Mudpaint, a fantastic addition to our range of crafting materials and decorative papers. If you’ve been yearning for paint that offers great adhesion, coverage, and a silky-smooth finish, Mudpaint is a game-changer. Read on to learn why this clay-based paint is quickly becoming the darling of the crafting community.

Unmatched Adhesion, Coverage, and Finish

One of the standout features of Mudpaint is its exceptional adhesion. This paint sticks to just about anything! No need to worry about applying coat after coat; its excellent coverage ensures that you'll often need just one. What's more, the finish is smooth and matte, leaving your projects looking professionally done.

Safe and Convenient for Indoor Use

Health-conscious? You'll be happy to hear that Mudpaint contains low VOCs, making it a suitable choice for indoor projects. Breathe easy as you give that old chair or vintage box a brand-new look.

green white and red mudpaint on paint bristles

Easy Cleanup

Mudpaint is water-based, which means cleaning up after your crafting session is a breeze. Just use soap and warm water, and you’re good to go! Its ease of use and durability make MudPaint perfect for both novice and seasoned crafters alike.

How Far Will One Quart Take You?

A quart of Mudpaint generally covers around 150 square feet, but surface coverage can vary depending on your painting style. To give you an idea, you can expect to paint 2-3 furniture pieces—or even more—from just one quart, depending on the size and whether or not you've primed the surface.

To Prime or Not to Prime?

Speaking of priming, for most furniture surfaces that are clean and lightly sanded, a primer coat isn't necessary. However, if you're working with a surface that is slick, shiny, or super smooth, priming is advisable. Mudpaint is compatible with water-based primers, cover stain, and KILZ.

ligth green, blush and dark green mudpaint on brushes and flowers

Versatility in Color and Application

With a range of 39+ colors, the creative possibilities are endless. And the best part? These colors can be mixed together, allowing you to achieve your own custom blends. Whether you’re working on a vintage piece or something more contemporary, Mudpaint can accommodate a wide variety of styles and finishes. We recommend Polyvine for a durable finish top coat

Also, you're not limited to just one way of applying Mudpaint. Whether you prefer using a brush, a roller, or even a paint sprayer (thinned with water), this paint adapts to your preferred method. For those who choose to use a brush, we recommend a high-quality, natural-bristle brush to achieve the best finish.

Drying and Curing Times

Patience is key for the best results. Wait at least 3+ hours after the first coat, depending on your area's humidity, before applying a second coat. After your final coat, give it 24 hours before applying any furniture wax for extra protection.

Farmhouse red mudpaint clay paint on brush with red plaid ribbon

Why Mudpaint is a Crafter’s Dream

Being easy to use, Mudpaint is a wonderful addition to the crafting community. Imagine seamlessly incorporating it into your decoupage projects, or using it as the base for embellishments. Its clay-based nature allows for a variety of textures and layers, offering a flexibility that crafters will surely appreciate.

Ready to Take the Plunge?

Cartoon image of pink pig in a brown mud puddle

Mudpaint offers versatility, safety, and efficiency in one can. And when paired with our exquisite decoupage napkins, furniture transfers, stencils and other crafting materials, the possibilities are endless! Visit DecoupageNapkins.com to explore the Mudpaint color palette and complementary tools. 

Thank you for being a valued part of our crafting community. Happy crafting and painting!