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  • alexa cross

    Marbling using Canola Oil Food Colouring. My absolute favorite art project in school. So happy I finally get to recreate it

  • Ashlee Roeder

    marbleize paper with oil, food coloring, and water - great for creating textured backdrop papers for art journals, collage, or drawing back on top of.

  • Rhonda Duis

    marbelize paper with oil, food coloring, and water - great for creating textured backdrop papers for art journals, collage, or drawing back on top of.

  • Elaine White

    Marbling using Canola Oil & Food Colouring. Fill pan bottom w water. Mix food coloring w/ oil. Drops into water. Swirl to make designs. Lay paper on top. Dry paper

  • Growing a Jeweled Rose

    Colored marbling using canola oil and food coloring- beautiful effect!

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1/2 Tablespoon of oil and 1 teaspoon food coloring on top of small amount of water in shallow pan. Lay heavy paper (cardstock) on top and wait until you see oil coming through back. Lift paper and see your design. Can drag toothpick through colors to make new design.

Each child created an oil pastel piece and then they were hung as a group, lovely.

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Pour water in a pan. Mix food coloring in with oil in little jars. Eye drop oil into pan and swirl into a design. Lay white paper gently over it. When oil starts to appear on the back of the paper (30sec?), remove gently and let dry.

Marbling using Canola Oil & Food Colouring. My absolute favorite art project in school. So happy I finally get to recreate it

A fun and beautiful art experiment with glue and food colour. Plus, my thoughts on how I'm learning to overcome the self-imposed restrictions on my creative spirit... What's your story about self-limiting fears? Care to share? Come on over.... :) www.mommy-labs.com

Oil and food coloring mixed together and the added to the top of water with eyedroppers ~ cool.

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