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« Reply #20 on: February 11, 2013 09:17:38 PM »

Hi there I stumbled upon this site and wanted to ask a few questions. I have used Pebeo Porcelaine to paint vases and have really liked them. I was buying them at Michaels Craft store for about $4.50 but they discontinued them. Has anyone found them for either that price or cheaper some where?
Also, has anyone used other ceramic or glass paint that is baked like Pebeo, that they've liked?
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« Reply #21 on: February 15, 2013 10:36:40 PM »

I found other art stores carry them - in Canada, I buy them at Deserres.  There are other brands, but I am not sure if they come in pens.  I have used another brand that I have bought off one of the shopping networks, and while it does the job, I did not like it as much as Pebeo, as it tended to bubble more.  I am going to have to try Folk Art Enamels myself, if I do more projects, because I did not realise until I came here, that they are bakeable for more durability.

I should also say that Michaels probably got rid of the Pebeo line as they are now carrying the new Martha Stewart line, which is made by Plaid, which also makes the Folk Art line, so you may even want to try the MS brand.  I haven't myself yet, but may give it a go.
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