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    • markie gallegos

      rubber cement resists watercolor paint :)

    • Susan Smith

      water colors and rubber cement resist from The Artful Parent

    • Hanner Nanner

      Rubber Cement and Water Colors. Using rubber cement, paint/dribble/splatter design and let dry. Once dry, paint over top with liquid watercolor paint. Let dry and rub off the rubber cement.

    • Kandace Hummel

      rubber cement and watercolor projects

    • Cheri Semelroth

      rubber cement and #watercolor technique #diy #art

    • SarahJean Lefler

      art project- Rubber Cement Resist for Watercolors

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