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    Use glue, salt, and watercolor. The glue makes the colors rise from the paper and the salt creates a 'starburst' look.

    dribble on glue and let dry. Then paint with watercolors and sprinkle with salt. Let dry again. Cut into shapes to make other things with or use as background? Good blog with lots of ideas

    Stick a crayon in a hot glue gun, and see what happens. I'm buying every tin of used crayons I see at garage sales this summer for this project. I'm imagining some seriously cool relief paintings now. OUTTA MY WAY.

    How to make baking soda paint that fizzes, creating beautiful color mixing reactions.

    All you need is milk, food coloring and dish soap. So cool!

    Mixed media crumpled tissue technique - tutorial Cool technique to create your own textured canvas

    Watercolor lesson kids

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    Learn Watercolor Pencil Techniques Now! Kit-

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    Stained Glass Art - A super simple project that uses glue and food coloring to produce breathtaking results!

    Marbleized paper with spray paint

    Watercolor crayon shavings on watercolor paper, sprayed with water, another piece of paper on top, newspaper on top/bottom, & iron. Get 2 for the price of one.

    Use food coloring and oil to make beautiful papers.

    glue paintings - a unique experiment in color and glue

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    First get a bucket of warm water, not to hot, with a cup full of epsom salt. Allow salt to dissolve before placing your feet inside. Once the salt has dissolved, place your feet inside of the water, allow to soak for up to 30 minutes. 2 Remove feet from water after 3o minutes. Scrub gently with toothbrush to remove all loose, dry skin. This only takes a small amount of time. The skin should be very easy to remove. Rinse feet with water and pat dry with towel, need for summer!

    Christine Lindstrom "Fragile"

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