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RE: marbelized paper

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Martin, Eileen (MartinE)
Tue, 21 Sep 1999 13:36:41 +0800


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dear kathleen,
i haven't used the starch for a marbelizing medium, but here where i'm
working, they use german wall paper glue that can be thickened as much or as
little as you want. they use thinned oil paints on the surface, and it
works very well. eileen

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dear kathleen,
    i haven't used the starch for a marbelizing medium, but here where i'm working, they use german wall paper glue that can be thickened as much or as little as you want.  they use thinned oil paints on the surface, and it works very well.  eileen
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