Category: Become The Maker

How to Use: TFPC’s Specialty GLAZE

January 15, 2018

Another creative and fun way to enhance your FAT Paint’d projects is adding one, two or even four tones of our Specialty GLAZE. With our Specialty GLAZE you can create unique, one-of-a-kind finishes. The water-based, translucent film transforms surfaces such as wood, metal and glass into prized heirlooms by producing an aged, antique-like look without...

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  • By Dana Kelly

    Meet A Retailer: Wendy Batten from Front Porch Mercantile

    December 1, 2017

    If Wendy Batten could give herself just one title, it’d be Chief Inspirer of Creativity. As both the brains and the brawn behind the powerhouse DIY brand Front Porch Mercantile, it’s Wendy’s job to empower others to be just as creative as she is....

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    FAT Paint’d Pumpkin

    October 20, 2017

    If your Instagram feed is anything like ours, you’re likely scrolling through an influx of FAT Paint’d pumpkin pictures these days. And that can only mean one thing: Halloween is right around the corner!!...

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    How to Use: Extra FAT

    October 10, 2017

    Now that you’ve mastered your FAT Paint technique, it’s time to get a little more creative. That’s where our speciality products, like Extra FAT, come in. Extra FAT enhances the consistency of the paint—perfect for the artisan who wants to FAT’n up their projects with added dimension and texture. The 100% all-natural powdered additive is...

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    Celebrating 5 Years of FAT

    August 21, 2017

    5 Years of FAT!?! Yes, you heard that right. We’re turning 5 years old this year. Over the next five weeks, we are going to be marking this momentous occasion in a number of ways: a party, a new colour, a whole FAT-load of inspiration…. Holy Cow! There’s so much to celebrate!! But, we’re starting...

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  • By Dana Kelly