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Oct 22, 2015

Spray paint or regular paint for cheap?

Anybody know if paint sold at 100 yen stores is suitable for using on cardboard? And does anybody know if they have light blue and light green colors? I don't want to spend too much..

Samantha

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  • trekkingbecky

    on Nov 8

    Hi there! I don't think that 100 yen shops would have paint and if they do, it's probably for kids and/or not really good quality. Try Ko-nan. It's a great hardware type store with everything you can imagine for your home, and their prices are GREAT! I love browsing around there. Their things are generally much cheaper than Jusco. I would be surprised if they don't have paint. Otherwise, I'm pretty sure that Jusco has paint. I hope this helps, and good luck! :D Becky - www.trekkingwithhbecky.com Facebook - www.facebook.com/trekkingwithbecky Twitter - @trekkingbecky Instagram - @trekkingwithbecky

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  • KevinC

    on Nov 9

    I think Tokyo Hands also sell paint, it should cost between 500 ~ 800 yen.

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  • maynestacy

    on Dec 10

    I just painted pumpkin seeds with y100 Daiso acrylic paint. It chipped off a bit and was icky; if you are handling that cardboard, the Y100 acrylic paint leaves residue on your hands every time you touch the painted surface. If you are not handling it and it's just for show, and then to throw, then Daiso Y100 might do the trick.

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