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Jacquard Lumiere Paint takes you from one project to the next without switching paints
Lumiere Paint by Jacquard is made for any project you have in mind. The rich colors are beautiful and there are many choices to choose from. Let this paint guide you to what your next project will be!

Posted by Peg R. from Moline, Illinois, United States • Published See Peg R.'s 46 projects »
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  • How to paint a painting. Painting With Lumiere Paint By Jacquard  - Step 1
    Step 1

    Lumiere Paint comes in a lot of rich and beautiful colors and formulas to choose. For these projects, I used the Burnt Orange and Citrine colors, as well as the Pearlescent Blue.

    For the canvases, I chose to use a dark colored canvas to see how these paints showed up on a dark color. It worked great!

  • How to paint a painting. Painting With Lumiere Paint By Jacquard  - Step 2
    Step 2

    I die cut a design using my electronic die cutting machine and centered it onto the 4" x 4" canvas.

  • How to paint a painting. Painting With Lumiere Paint By Jacquard  - Step 3
    Step 3

    Then, I traced it onto the canvas using a light colored pencil.

  • How to paint a painting. Painting With Lumiere Paint By Jacquard  - Step 4
    Step 4

    Next, I painted the cup.

  • How to paint a painting. Painting With Lumiere Paint By Jacquard  - Step 5
    Step 5

    Once it was dry, I add dots and lines of paint for a pattern on the cup.

    I found the paint to be thin enough to spread easily as I painted the canvas, but thick enough to hold the shape of the dots.

  • How to paint a painting. Painting With Lumiere Paint By Jacquard  - Step 6
    Step 6

    After I finished the canvases, I moved onto making a t-shirt without even switching the paint. Don't you just love having 1 type of paint that will cover all of your project ideas?

    The star was drawn onto the shirt using an iron on transfer pencil. These types of transfer pencils are nice to use because they will wash out when in the laundry.

  • How to paint a painting. Painting With Lumiere Paint By Jacquard  - Step 7
    Step 7

    The center of the star was painted in using the citrine paint. The paint is easily spreadable on the material so you won't use very much to cover an area.

  • How to paint a painting. Painting With Lumiere Paint By Jacquard  - Step 8
    Step 8

    Then, I outlined the star using the burnt orange paint and a small paint brush.

  • How to paint a painting. Painting With Lumiere Paint By Jacquard  - Step 9
    Step 9

    The pearlescent blue was sponge painted around the star to finish off the design.

    It was all allowed to dry and was ready to wear.

  • Step 10

    I highly recommend using this paint for all of your projects. The colors are great for light and dark media and you won't need to switch paint to do your projects. They are the perfect consistency for spreading and adding details. Try this paint for your next project. I know you'll love it, too!

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