A couple days ago I posted a video showing how
to make these marbled cards.
The product I used was Marabu Easy Marble.
You can buy it here.
Not expensive, a bottle at $2.54 will last
quite awhile at a couple drops here and a
drop or two there.
For paper, I used Hahenemühle‘s
The ones I chose are roughly 3″ x 4″.
The perfect size.
You can see from the video this is a super simple
way to marble some papers.
And in a hurry, too.
The colors are beautiful.
The colors are fairly accurate here.
One of the things Marabu tells you in the
advertising is that you can not make mud
with these colors.
That bottom card up above there,
I was trying to show how you couldn’t
possibly make mud. And what do I do?
I make mud.
But, I’m keeping it – contrary to what I said
in the video. I am sure I can do something
sometime with it. Hahahahaha!
I have three favorites from the ones seen above.
I bet those of you who know me best –
can tell which three.
I did get a pleasant surprise I wasn’t expecting.
Because of the way I completely submerged the
Bamboo paper in the marble bath –
the backs had some interesting looks, too!
And I really like that!
I can use both sides!
I don’t know how I will use these just yet.
Now that they are totally dry,
some of them feel smooth to the touch and
would take pen work very well.
Some still have strands of goop gunked up on them.
(That’s southern talk for ‘they are a mess.’)
But I will find a use for them because I don’t
waste any of this awesome Bamboo paper for
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