7 Best Paints
It is widely agreed that the best paints for polymer clay are
Water-Based Acrylic Paints. But alcohol inks, mica powders, and oil paints get a fair shout, too.
Of all 4 options, acrylic paints are cheaper and easier to get. But unlike the rest, you might have to wait a couple of days before baking the painted raw clay.
With so many shades and colors, you can readily mix to create new colors when you want. Thankfully, the texture is pretty consistent, so it is easy to blend.
Crafts 4 All Acrylic Paint Set
Shuttle Art 30 Colors Acrylic Paint is thick, creamy, and consistent. The colors are rich, and you do not have to stress while mixing or blending.
Shuttle Art 30 Colors Acrylic Paint
Unlike the others, the SEISSO Mica Powder Pigment is mica powder, not acrylic paint. So, you can apply it to polymer clay and bake without having to wait. This cuts the painting process time of your craft short.
SEISSO Mica Powder Pigment
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