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ARTISTIC ESSENTIAL TRI-CHEM formerly Tri-Chem Liquid Embroidery Fabric Paints


Welcome to the colorful world of Tri-chem Liquid Embroidery! Artistic Essentials Tri-chem is now our new name.

My name is Carol R. Platt and I have been a Tri-Chem Liquid Embroidery Fabric Paints Instructor for several years. The paints are now watersoluable and making it easy to clean up any accidents with water.

Have you used Tri-Chem in the past? Did you enjoy painting the Tri-Chem? Are you looking for a way to make money from home? Then become a Tri-Chem Instructor! You can thus earn money at the same time enjoy painting and sharing with Tri-Chem.

Also if you have been a previous instructor of Tri-Chem even in 1940's, 1950's, 1960's, etc. and you would like to be re-instated as an instructor again, please contact The Tri-Chem company may still has all the instructors's numbers from the past.

Artistic Essential Tri-Chem Liquid Embroidery can be painted on a variety of surfaces: mirrors, suede, leather, dishes, glass, floor coverings, wood etc. with your personal touch and ideas. The paints can also be used to cover up stains or just to give a new look to favorite items.

I have used the paints to cover the missing silver on a mirror, a scorch mark from ironing on a dress, to put a border on a window frame inside the house etc.

The new paints are now water soluable thus you clean up everything with water. They are no longer oil based paints which required a solvent to clean up. If you still have Tri-Chem paints from several years ago, they may still be useable by taking off the old tip and stirring the paint inside, pushing the paint to the top of the tube as you are replacing the tip. Tri-Chem tips are still the same design.

I just love being artistic and creating new things. Below are some of the items I have created with Tri-chem.

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I copied this peacock from a tri-chem black velvet picture which I had painted in the 1980's. The peacock painting is the next picture after this dress picture.I used tri-chem spark-l-on paints on a black velvet vintage dress using Spark-l-on paints. I still have both the dress and the picture.

This was a tri-chem pre-painted picture ready to be painted. I used tri-chem spark-l-on paints. I painted this picture approximately 1979. I still have the painting hanging in my house.

This was a very old vintage mirror lacking much silver backing which someone was discarding. It is 48" wide and 36" high. I painted the mirror using Tri-chem paints where the silver backing was missing in 1977. Notice how I also put blue paint on the diamond cut mirror pieces on the top and bottom of the mirror. This was my own design. At the time I painted this, I had blue fur furniture the same shade of blue. I hung this mirror over my fireplace and it is still today a conversational piece.

The above 2 pictures are of a purple suede western jacket which I painted in the 1980's with Tri-chem spark-l-on paints. The designs was my own ideas.

I made my tri-chem instructor smock from tri-chem's iron-on transfers. I used tri-chem paints for the paints. This smock is both machine washable and machine dryable. I have washed many many times since I painted the smock in the 1980's.

The above blouses were painted with tri-chem iron-on transfers and tri-chem paints in the 1980's They have been machine washed and machine dried many many times.

In the 1980's I accidentally scorched this floor-length orange dress while ironing it. I had scorched it near the bottom of the dress. Because I liked the dress so well, I decided to put a iron-on transfer on the dress and use tri-chem spark-l-on paints on it to outline the roses and their leaves. It saved the dress from being discarded and it was also one of a kind concerning the painting.

Are you aware that you can used tri-chem paints on lace. The white picture is a 3-cornered shawl which I painted in many colors. I painted this in the 1990's.

This is a tri-chem pre-printed scarf that I painted with tri-chem paints in the 1980's.You can paint any scarf using tri-chem paints and transfers.

This is a quilt that I made from pre-printed tri-chem quilt blocks and painted using tri-chem paints. This too is machine washable and hand dryable.

The above 2 pictures are the same Tri-Chem pre-printed picture on pellon that I painted in the 1980's and then framed. It is a picture of a ice-cream parlor that were very popular in prior years.

The purple old-fashioned could was a pre-printed tri-chem picture. I used tri-chem purple paint and twinkle beads on these pictures. Then I framed them in the 1980's. I hung these pictures over the head of my bed.

These 2 little pictures were pained with tri-chem black paint using reverse glass painting techniques inside the small gold picture frames. I then cut out 2 recycled used birthday cards for the backround. I learned this type of painting in 1980's.

The beautiful painted vest and the beautiful painted white blouse below were recently given to me by Marty of California, a region leader with Tri-Chem many years ago. I am so blessed that she sent these two items to me to post on my web site to display other different Tri-Chem painting techniques. And the shading on the white blouse is so perfect and professional looking. The blouse and the vest are just so beautiful.

If you would like to learn how these techniques using Tri-Chem paints, please feel free to contact Trichem is adding new products and ideas.

Again, if you would like more information, please contact Also if you have any questions about Tri-Chem's new paints or any of the older Tri-Chem oil-based paints, please contact either my mail, telephone, or email. Don't forget that if you order from TriChem directly, please put my name (Carol Platt) in the space for your instructor's name.

If you are looking for extra income, Tri-Chem's unique marketing plan offers you unlimited possibilities to earn money, develop the potential for success in yourself and others, and add an exciting new dimension of fun, accomplishment and self-satisfaction to your life.

When you join Tri-Chem, you set your own goals. You're the boss! Full time or part time, it's up to you AND you'll earn as you learn!

Getting Started is Easy!

Please feel free to come back again! I will be adding more ideas and information in the future. Also don't forget to visit the links at the bottom of this page. Thank you.

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Carol Platt

3896 Dewey Avenue #234

Rochester, New York 14616 U.S.A.

Telephone No. 585-621-7350


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Copyright 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015 - 2021 Carol R. Platt

My Favorite things about Artistic Essentials Tri-Chem:

  • Easy
  • Fast
  • Fun
  • Can Be a Fun Home Based Business for yourself.
  • You can share this activity with children also.
  • No experience needed to use these products.
  • The home based business can be done anywhere in the U.S.A.
  • The crafts and business can be done by both men and women.
  • Training and help with these products is always available by a Trichem Instructor by contacting I no longer sell Tri-Chem but I kept this website up to show people what can be painted with Trichem.

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