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  • Megan Bausch

    Art Project - Black Glue and Watercolor Resist

  • Tina Peterson

    Black glue / watercolor art - mix a few blobs black acrylic craft paint into a bottle of Elmer's Glue-All white school glue - draw with glue on water color paper, let dry 1 day - color with water colors

  • Michelle Harpster

    3rd Grade art lesson idea! Use Elmer's Glue, black acrylic paint and watercolor to create!

  • Sarah Bailey - Blogger at Growing for Christ

    black glue paint, watercolor resist. Cool project idea for art.

  • Tiffany Millette

    Pink and Green Mama: Black Glue and Watercolor Resist (and MANY other art ideas)

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Ted Harrison art idea...2 drops of acrylic paint mixed with white glue to create outlines....watercolour/tempera paint

Could create this for many purposes; the creator did it as a way to document plans. I was thinking of using it for beginning year, getting to know you, establishing class agreements. I love the use of color, symbols, words- what a beautiful artifact for a classroom.

Glue or paint on watercolor