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Mamma Karen

If this product would get the kids to lock themselves anywhere that is out of my hair....I'll get a barrel. lol And hiding their possesions sounds like tidyness to me. It's amazing what you can do with a paint brush and some imagination, isn't it?

tena Sprenger

what can't be fixed with a little bit of Gesso and a paintbrush? not much is my guess! Cool projects! Tena


Wow...gesso is a multi-tasking product! I saw what Sharyn did her mirror and it looks great. With thanks to you, I am now hooked on gesso!!!!


Very cool! I'm soo close to the MA store you're teaching at and can't make it. boo hoo. I love your work!

sharyn (torm)

definitely hooked!!!! ;) thanks again!!!!!


I think I am clueless. What is gesso? Is it a paint?

Nicole LeBlanc

Ever since I bought the kit from you, I can't get enough of GESSO, but I only have a small bottle, looks like you buy it by the bucket He He :)
Luv Nicole


so, my mom says I have to ask how is this different than regular primer?

Kimberly Kwan

he he he!
my kids and hubby have much the same reaction: "don't sit still to long of Mom will glitter you!"


Aw I love gesso... I recently discovered it... I create backgrounds with it...

amy welch

Can you give me and tips on how to use it? Please

Anita Hudspeth

Years ago I used Gesso for transfering a picture onto canvas. It was called Masterrizing (sp). You would paint coats of Gesso onto the picture and then soak it in water to lift the print. Then it was put onto a canvas. I have forgotten exactly how to do it.
Can anyone remember or know how to do it?.

dorine sanders

I have a brass 'stag' deer...have previously painted with acrylics...it has pealed away and Lois want it painted again, by Sunday..... could I dare use gesso???

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