Classroom Water-soluble Foil printing demo – Golden Road Arts – Barbara Mason

Barbara Mason demonstrates a simple foil printing process for school children using a cardboard or mat board surface covered with raised objects including textured paper, corrugated cardboard, string or yarn or other soft raised objects glued or taped to the…

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Barbara Mason demonstrates a simple foil printing process for school children using a cardboard or mat board surface covered with raised objects including textured paper, corrugated cardboard, string or yarn or other soft raised objects glued or taped to the surface. The goal is the create a design that will form on the surface of the foil, which will release any water-soluble crayons, markers or printing ink onto a slightly damp piece of paper (preferably one that is more textured than shiny, as explained). More information at goldenroadarts.org.

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