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marbelized paper

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Kathleen McCrea (kwmccrea)
Mon, 20 Sep 1999 21:35:09 -0500


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I looked back through the threads about Marbelizing Paper and tried =
doing the version in which you put liquid starch in a pan and then add =
acrylics. We tried running strips of paper over the surface after doing =
one marbelized piece (which came out GREAT), but the remaining starch =
was sort of a mess. We did get another couple of pieces, but I can't =
quite understand how you can use this for very many pieces. I would =
appreciate help, please. Thanks in advance!
Kay=20

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I looked back through the threads about=20 Marbelizing Paper and tried doing the version in which = you put=20 liquid starch in a pan and then add acrylics.  We tried running = strips of=20 paper over the surface after doing one marbelized piece (which came out = GREAT),=20 but the remaining starch was sort of a mess.  We did get another = couple of=20 pieces, but I can't quite understand how you can use this for very many=20 pieces.  I would appreciate help, please.  Thanks in=20 advance!
Kay
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