California Creations Plaster Crafts


California Creations is a registered trademark owned by Colorbok, Inc. The company produces painting supplies, plaster statuettes and models, craft kits and plaster casts. Consumers may purchase California Creations' plaster craft products from craft stores and toy stores, which are ready to paint. Or all ready painted pieces can be found at online auctions.


  • California Creations plaster craft products are purchased as white and are ready to paint. You do not need special paints to pain the items; however, the company suggests using regular water-based acrylics. If you choose to spray paint an object, the company suggests using a primer or a first coat of paint with a matte finish, before using a glossy spray. Seal plaster crafts intended for outdoor use with marine varnish or spar varnish.


  • California Creations plaster crafts are available as single pieces and entire groups of pieces -- such as Christmas villages. Most kits for children include paints and brushes. Some products, such as the California Creations Plaster Wheaton House, come with a paint guide sheet with painting suggestions.


  • The California Creations trademark image is a black and white image of a mouse holding a paintbrush and easel. Trademark registration number is 2653129, according to the U.S. Trademark Applications and Registrations Retrieval. When purchasing California Creations plaster crafts to paint, be sure your piece is stamped with the trademark or registration number, or you may be buying an imitation.

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