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Rubber cement

Discover unique and creative ways to use rubber cement in your DIY projects. Get inspired and try these fun ideas to add a special touch to your crafts and artwork.
Amazon.com: Bestine Solvent and Thinner for Rubber Cement – Cleans Ink, Adhesive and Parts, 16 Ounce Can: Gateway Cleaning, Ink, Cement Cleaner, Spray Adhesive, Rubber Cement, Remove Labels, Rubber, Solvent, Adhesive

THINS RUBBER CEMENT – Bestine Solvent is ideal for thinning and reducing rubber cement. It is a popular choice among commercial and professional artists and architects. VERSATILE CLEANER – The solvent is also a terrific cleaner. Use it to clean up ink and spray adhesives. It is also excellent at cleaning parts. EASILY REMOVE LABELS – Using this solvent, you will be able to effortlessly remove stickers, labels and decals without leaving behind and messy residue. USE ON MANY SURFACES – It…

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Katherine S
Aunt Peaches: Reverse Stenciling with Rubber Cement Thrift Store Art, Art Store, Diy Decor Projects, Fun Projects, Reverse Stenciling, Aunt Peaches, Rubber Cement, Cheap Art, Upcycle Recycle

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...Read More

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Revitalized Vintage
Abstract Watercolor Tutorial, Watercolour Tutorials, Watercolor Flowers, Watercolor Paper, Watercolor Paintings, Abstract Art, Rubber Cement, Cement Art, Crafts For Seniors

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…

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Marcy Coster-Schulz