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    • Emily Tabatabai

      Black Glue and Watercolor Resist: How To Make Black ElmersGlue. May need to be a little older to be able to trace picture with glue

    • MaryLea @ Pink and Green Mama

      Pink and Green Mama: Black Glue and Watercolor Resist: How To Make your own Black Elmer's Glue for fun art projects!

    • Sara T

      G - GLUE PAINTING Black Acrylic Paint + Elmer's School Glue, and Water Color Paint! Wait one day for drying in between outlining drawing with black glue and filling it in with water color paint. Credit to "Pink and Green Mama" art blog

    • Muscatine Art Center

      Draw one class...Paint at the next class...watercolor-owl-resist-make-your-own-black-glue-for-art-projects-Elmers-glue-paint-kid-crafts-pink-and-green-mama-blog

    • Amy O'Donnell

      Loads of adorable art projects for kids - This one is a Black Glue and Watercolor Resist

    • Kristi Goss

      3rd Grade art lesson idea! Use Elmer's Glue, black acrylic paint and water colors.

    • Kristine Martinez

      Good School Art Project-other great kid art ideas too!

    • Cathy Garrison

      Black glue watercolor resist art project

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