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Rubber cement

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Also for vertical printing on plaster:Walls, Facades, Socles. Suitable for horizontal printing on concrete:Paths, Floors, Yards, Production of tiles. Warranty over 1000 cycles! Excellent transfer texture relief;.

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Homemade notes pads with rubber cement. *Made 3 for Christmas. They're great! Not super sturdy but a nice homemade gift. Megan said she really likes hers and uses it all the time :)

My childrens' teachers have asked for a donation be made to a local charity in lieu of gifts this Christmas. I am overjoyed that the sch...

More #watercolor resist art using Rubber Cement! Great for #DIY cards and wall decor. Plus, its quick and easy.

I work with watercolors a lot and one of my favorite tricks is using rubber cement as a resist. It's a fast and easy way to create unique painted surfaces full of texture. All you need is a jar of rubber cement, watercolor paper and watercolors! There are so many ways to get creative with this process! Here are a few of my favorites... The result is unique and colorful paper that can be used for all kinds of creative projects!

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Painted Papers:  Rubber Cement Resist

One of the first posts I pinned to my "Painting Inspirations, Tutorials, and Projects" Pinterest board was an abstract watercolor tutorial from Grow Creative. I have been wanting to try Elise's technique for months, and now that I've done it, I don't think I can stop! The results are absolutely beautiful, and their map-like-qualities appeal greatly to the arty cartophile in me! (I am borrowing the term "arty cartophile" from Jill K. Berry and her book Personal Geographies, which I was…

Some women have a thing for shoes – I have a thing for cheap art. Thrift store art. I buy anything in a nice looking frame. If it’s under $5 and it’s in a nice frame, it comes home with me. This is how I end up with a basement that looks like the island …

Some women have a thing for shoes – I have a thing for cheap art. Thrift store art. I buy anything in a nice looking frame. If it’s under $5 and it’s in a nice frame, it comes home with me. This is how I end up with a basement that looks like the island …

Rubber cement resist. Gloucestershire Resource Centre http://www.grcltd.org/home-resource-centre/

I work with watercolors a lot and one of my favorite tricks is using rubber cement as a resist. It's a fast and easy way to create unique painted surfaces full of texture. All you need is a jar of rubber cement, watercolor paper and watercolors! There are so many ways to get creative with this process! Here are a few of my favorites... The result is unique and colorful paper that can be used for all kinds of creative projects!

Watercolor Resist with Rubber Cement!

Have you ever used rubber cement for art? This resist painting is fun and easy and will be like magic to your little ones. Rubber cement will resist watercolor paint similar to an oil pastel or oth…