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Re: Decorating Windows

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rdelong_at_TeacherArtExchange
Date: Tue Apr 02 2002 - 12:59:20 PST


Have you ever considered using Crayola Gel FX markers. You can draw on the
windows easily. After you are finished it marker marks wash off easily.

Ron DeLong

                                                                                                          
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                    04/02/2002 Subject: Re: Decorating Windows
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I have used tempera paint mixed with a bit of dish soap to paint on
windows. I have also used acrylic film and cellophane. I am investigating
glass paints that can be washed off, peeled off or scraped off. Can't wait
to see what the Oracle(s) come up with next!

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