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> We are just finishing making bookmarks out of marbled paper. There was
> alot of acrylic paint wasted. We used starch and squirted paint on top
> of the starch. The students generally used too much paint and alot sank
> to the bottom of the bin. Any suggestions for applying the paint. Anyone
> try something different? Spray bottle with thinned down paint? (I can
> just see my students with spray bottles!)
I tired of throwing away acrylic paint also, so I tried thinning down liquid
tempera. I don't know the longetivity of this, but the results were very
similar to acrylic, although abit lighter.
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