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Re: Subject: Help! Emergency Printmaking Problem!


From: Anne-Marie Swierz (annes_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Oct 19 2000 - 07:16:33 PDT

I couldn't help but jump on this discussion. For grammar schoolers, kids have
brayered acrylic or even tempera paint for that matter, on foam meat trays
with great success!

Rosel R Valenzuela wrote:

> dont use black india ink bec. this is not tacky. use printer's ink.
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From: Ann Wilschke <>
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One of the teachers at school asked me what type of paint is safe to use
on a car. That will be removeable and not harm the finish. Like when you
paint a car to go to athletic events or a wedding.
Ann in Michigan