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Daniel Smith Watercolor Confetti Packs
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These little packets of watercolor dots pack a big punch! Each "confetti" pack contains 36 generously sized dots of Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor — just wet a brush and try out some of the best colors from the Daniel Smith lineup.
We offer two different collections of Daniel Smith Confetti Packs: the original Watercolor Confetti, which highlights jewel tones, bright colors, and shimmery iridescents, and Mineral Marvels, which showcases Daniel Smith's extensive Primatek range of mineral colors.
About Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor:
Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor is not just the premier brand of American watercolor—it is the widest, most experimental range of watercolors in the world, with 266 colors and a never-ending flow of new ideas. Still based in Seattle after 50 years, Daniel Smith also remains at the forefront of art materials innovation. The Pacific Northwest's premier color house popularized quinacridones for artist use, created the first commercial versions of key colors on the contemporary palette, and pioneered new mineral colors by creating the pigments from scratch, literally grinding down the stones and binding them in an easy-to-use traditional watercolor.
Compared with the other brands of professional watercolor on the market, Daniel Smith stands out for its dense pigmentation, matte finish, and strongly adhesive binder. Taken together, these three qualities make Extra Fine Watercolors the unparalleled leader in sheer amount of pigment attached to the page. Even without layering, and even on wet paper, it's easy to build up a completely saturated masstone of most colors.
Each Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor is individually rated for lightfastness, granulation, staining, and opacity. Most colors carry the highest lightfastness rating, meaning colors won't fade for hundreds of years.
Made in the United States.