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Re: marbled paper- wasted acrylic paint

From: Litesal (litesal)
Date: Sat May 27 2000 - 11:57:22 PDT

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    > I saw chalk marbleizing at an MAEA convention in Missoouri - the
    > name escapes me - said only their chalk would work but I've tried it with
    > other
    > chalks. One scrapes chalk powder onto the surface of water and then lays
    > paper on top and the chalk is picked up. Do not know about the durability
    > this
    > as compared to acrylic but for something that isn;t being used like a
    > it might be the answer to a cheap project. Was going to do this with my
    > this year but somehow didn;t get there. Worth the experiment. Roberta

    I did this with colored chalk (I think Prang). It worked well and was
    durable. Once it dried, it did not rub off (was not chalky).



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