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re: marbleizing paper

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McGugan (McGugan)
Sat, 23 Oct 1999 14:12:09 -0400


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Kathleen:
We leave the paper in the dishpan just until the edges start to curl up. =
Also, construction paper always seems to work better than a slick =
drawing paper. Are you skimming the surface after each "print" with =
newspaper strips? This forces the old paint to the bottom of the pan =
and keeps the surface fresher.

Joy

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Kathleen:
We leave the paper in the dishpan just until the = edges start=20 to curl up.  Also, construction paper always seems to work better = than a=20 slick drawing paper.  Are you skimming the surface after each = "print" with=20 newspaper strips?  This forces the old paint to the bottom of the = pan and=20 keeps the surface fresher.
 
Joy
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