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  • Kate

    great idea- paint won't stick to the paper!

  • Meghan Seibert

    In this Crazy Life: Tips and Tricks When painting something, use a few push pins to the back of the object to lit it off the table.

  • Erica Lindley

    No link, just a good idea... When painting something, use a few push pins in the back of the object to lift it off of the table. No more sticking to whatever its painted on.

  • Nicolina Weathersby

    Push pins inserted into the bottom of a painted projected while it dries. Good idea.

  • Amanda Long

    In this Crazy Life: Tips and Tricks-when painting something use pushpins to prevent sticking to table

  • Lenna Brock

    DIY Crafts Painting Tip: When painting something, use a few push pins in the back of the object to lift it off of the table. No more sticking to whatever its painted on.

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When painting, wrap a rubber band around the can over the opening. Then you can dip in the brush and wipe the excess paint off onto the rubber band, rather than the edge of the can.

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Easy abstract painting that anyone can do! Just blob the paint on the canvas in random spots and blend! (would be interesting how students could make different pictures w/ the same colors and same blob positions)

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