Paint the town red…or blue…

“The oranges taste like oranges, the raspberries taste like raspberries, the snozzberries taste like snozzberries!”

Not only because it’s one of my favorite movies, but this line comes to mind every time we use our GLOB paints.

No, we aren’t eating paint, but the scents are so delectable it’s tempting!

This isn’t one of those products where they add gross chemicals to make markers smell like cherries (or label paint non-toxic yet still contain formaldehyde & VOC’s- yuck). This is the real deal!

Founded by artist Ashley Phelps, and made in the US, GLOB paint pigments are made from fruits, vegetables, spices, and organic extracts.  So, not only are they gorgeous colors, they smell fantastic too.

No need to worry about opened paint drying out or spilling either. Because they come as powdered pigments, just add water to create as much or as little paint as you need.

Already have your brushes, just missing the paint?  This paint set is for you. Set of 4  1/2 oz. jars of natural, botanical, watercolor pigments: Lemon Verbena, Blueberry, Pomegranate, and Basil Green.  More concentrated than the color packets, these watercolors maybe dried and reconstituted.

Looking for a gift for your budding artist?  The botanical paint kit is your solution.   This kit includes everything needed to get your painting project started 6 color packets*, 6 compostable lidded jars, and 2 bamboo brushes, all packaged in a rice paper pouch.  *6 Botanical Colors: Lemon Verbena, Blueberry, Pomegranate, Tangerine, Plum Purple, and Basil Green.   

Daily Green Special:  Today only, both the GLOB paint set and paint kit are on sale!  No coupon necessary.  Offer valid until Monday’s post, get crafty this weekend!  Happy Friday!


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