If you read this post and are pleased with it, how about giving us a "like" If you know of someone who probably needs to know about the change, please share with them. Thanks, Fashenhues ------------ MAJOR CHANGE – SAME PRICES ---------- Recent price increases in everything from our pigments to the containers we use have us in a precarious position. We have two choices. We can significantly increase prices or find ways to reduce costs. We have pursued the second. In addition, we have managed to do more than that. Your shipping costs should be less because the new containers weigh significantly less than glass. Effective immediately, as current stock is replaced, you will be seeing new containers. They have been repeatedly tested by their manufacturer and by our company to insure there would be no compromise in the quality of the Fashenhues products. They successfully passed these tests. The first product to be shipped in the new container will be 1/2 oz. colors. The new containers are somewhat wider and shorter than our prior bottles, however the amount of product in each bottle remains 1/2 oz. The hardest obstacle we had to overcome was to insure there was sufficient room to shake the contents. Initial models contained 1/2 oz., but came to the brim of the container. The newest version has our original style neck, though a somewhat wider mouth, and is large enough to do that. With this action, we have been able to avoid the prices we would have faced in the glass market. The new containers are also slightly less expensive than glass. This has allowed us to also absorb some of the rising costs of our color pigment and maintain prices at their current level. Below is a sample of what the new bottles look like. ... See more
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We would like to thank JoAnn H for providing these photos of a Santa done with Fashenhues colors by her sister.
Super project Jonie! Thanks.
Done in Fashenhues & sprayed w gloss Krylon.
DH Bass fish done in Fashenhues translucent & metallic paint. Very happy w way it turned out.
Newest class in Texas by Fashenhues distributor Ruth Ann Jackson Perkins
TEXAS MAY 27, Fashenhues by Ruth Ann at Dragons to Dolls, Farmersville, Texas Call Paula Stover for information and to sign up...
What a great way to use a ceramic mold. And of course Fashenhues colors didn't hurt any. Thank you Jonie.
Wood duck I painted with Fashenhues translucent & some metallics "no tech sheet available". I made this from the heart for my Dads 80th Birthday. Bisque is available from Jonie Keysser
Thank everyone so very much for your support. Tonight we got our 1,000th follow and we are so humbled. Now it's time to make it worth your while. 😊
I need some help from someone out there. It seems as though only posts from Michelle Paradise-Owens or me show up on our feed, yet I see tons of posts from people doing projects. What am I missing? Do I have a wrong setting? Everyone should see these great pieces using Fashenhues!