Color-Dense paint recipe so yummy it needed a bag.

"It has been a long-time dream of mine to offer paint in a bag, and I am excited to make that dream a reality with DIP Color Paint, finally," said Gretchen. "I first thought of the idea to put paint in a bag after buying a bagged margarita cocktail from Costco in 1998. Around the same time, I was beginning my paint brand, 'Devine Color,' and I found success using small pouches to offer sample paint to my clients. The Devine Mini Paint Pouch was an easy way for my clients, especially women, to sample my colors, build trust in my brand, and feel empowered in the ability to paint their homes. Despite this success, I could never expand on my sample pouches to replace the full standard paint gallon tin can. Now with my exquisite DIP Color Paint and our revolutionary gallon bags, I have made my wish come true. Wishing you a no haste, mess, stress or waste paint day, everyday! — Gretchen

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BIG DIPPER One-Gallon Bag

Our Big Dipper contains one-gallon of paint, stirred, not shaken, ready to pour through a spout, making for easy touch-ups around the house. Convenient for storage, easy to rinse, and 100% recyclable once used. Before pouring rock gently back and forth for a couple of minutes to gently stir the paint evenly. If you want to do a couple of bicep curls in between, we won’t blame you! Wishing you a no haste, mess, stress or waste paint day, everyday!


Test the color to trust yourself. Test the paint to trust our quality. Our Little Dipper sample pouch provides enough of our ultra-dense color formula paint for multiple uses without waste, from painting on a sample card to make it effortless to see the color in multiple environments to painting a section of a wall to see and feel the exquisite quick-dry paint in person.

To best view the paint colors, first paint a sample test on your DIP Little Dipper card. Move the card around to observe how the paint color interacts with your fabrics, art, and surfaces. Then if you need to, paint a larger sample on your wall. Keep in mind that the pre-existing color on your wall can affect how you see the actual paint color unless separated by a white border. 


+ Choose colors you love 
+ Properly prep your walls
+ Use good painting tools
+ Do two coats no matter what