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  • Nan Wischnak

    Salt Watercolor Art... I am doing this!

  • Julie Hunt

    Kid Art Project: Use Elmers Blue School glue and create some sort of pattern, let it dry over night, paint over it in watercolor paint of your choice, and then sprinkle table salt on top.

  • Ruth Cunningham

    Chalk in My Pocket: Batik on Paper + Salt Watercolor Experimentation: you need: liquid watercolor paint, elmers gel glue and salt

  • Hannah Boswell

    Chalk in My Pocket: Batik on Paper + Salt Watercolor Experimentation - glue, salt and water colors make a really cool affect when mixed!

  • Karen S

    Batik on Paper Water Color Art Project: from Chalk in My Pocket

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