Start Here-An Introduction to SeaPaint

SeaPaint. SeaSpell SeaPaint. Oh what a sea of confusion, an enigma if you will. SeaPaint was initially created for personal use. Sitting and typing this all out is almost dreamlike. When you’re mad, you don’t know you’re mad. So to me, all of this sounds completely crazy free, but apparently my mermaid language doesn’t translate as easily as I’d hoped. So let me teach you. 

Each invention is an introduction of innovation and with innovation comes questions. Lots of questions. There is indeed a method to this madness. Follow me, into the mind of Jess Sea to understand the uses of SeaPaint, SeaTools, and more. 

No time to waste. There are things to paint and spaces to transform. 

Treasures by the Sea sells SeaPaint and more by the seashore.

SeaGlaze Secrets- learn more about SeaSpell's magically versatile "glaze"


Other Uses- Stain-Wash-Antique Finshing-Glaze


Perfect for techniques like the Feather Weather and the Waxless Wonder.


FINISHING PRODUCTS- Top Coats For Protection


SEATOOLS- Jess Sea's hand selected SeaPaint friendly tools  -

Mermaid Brushes-Used to achieve the smoothest finish. Comes in various sizes, shapes, and colors. -

Weathering Brush- Used to achieve various weathered looks including driftwood, chippy, faux grain, and so much more -

Brush Cleaner- Used to gently clean brushes between shades using only water -

Blending Paper- A flexible, washable, 220 grade sand paper that pairs the best with SeaPaints.  -

Now that you know terms, get ready to dive into SeaPaint techniques next!



  • Do you sell wholesale?
    Or how do you become a rep?
    Thank you,
    Ann Kelly

    Ann Kelly
  • Do all the paints work on glass or is there a specific paint that should be used?

    When painting on glass, is there any specific glass prep that should be done prior to applying the paint.

    BTW- love all the colors available!

  • I just did my first sign with stencils. When I read about different products it seems confusing. Do you have a beginners set?

  • I would like to try this, do you sell samples?

  • Thanks so much for the info. ..I need to learn as much as I can

    Janet Nelson

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