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From: Tammy Parker (ymmatrekrap_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Feb 14 2004 - 19:13:03 PST
Thanks for all your ideas on reviving temerpa paint! I put it through the blender, and that seemed to work pretty well. It's a bit thin now, and separates just a bit between uses, but now it works to just shake it a bit and it's ready to use.
Theresa Parker <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
This may sound offbeat, but perhaps you could try putting the tempera
through a blender if you have an
old one around that you use for paper making and such.
Theresa in WA
> > A previous teacher had purchased large quantities of liquid tempera
>that are now separated in the (unopened) bottles. Does
>anyone have suggestions to revive the paint?
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