Paste Recipe (for Paste Paper)
3T white rice flour
- 4 T unbleached flour
- 3 cups cold water
- 1/2 t glycerin
- 1 t Dawn or Dr. Bronners green soap
Whisk rice and wheat flour in a pan, add a small bit of water to make a roux - maybe a half cup. When smooth add all water and heat med/high til almost boiling. Don't boil. When just about to boil turn down heat and cook 2 more minutes. Add soap and glycerin. Cool. Will keep covered in refrigerator for a month or more.
A wet (both sides) piece of heavy sketch paper 18 X 24. You can get the handles to make a smacker below here (Cheap price and FREE shipping - get a few)
meat tray with paste and acrylic paints
Mixing acrylic paint in with paste No real rule here. The more paint, the deeper the color. The more paste, the paler the color.
Surface covered with paste/paint
First smack. I don't wipe it off just keep smacking. I can even lift one color in an area and add it to another spot.
I added this picture to show laying the smacker down ( lower left) on the wet paste/paint so that when lifting it makes the smack impression.
Entire sheet which looks a bit like a map of the Yucatan Peninsula
and more examples
Marcella made this carved wine cork for me.
Rubber bands on a lint roller from the Dollar Tree
Credit card and wallpaper seam roller
Comb and cork roller stamp
Smacks but I think with the paste on the smack then on the paper ???? Not sure
Credit card and notched trowel
Comb and Credit card
I came here from today's blog post. Really fun paper! I'll be forwarding the whole blog to several friends. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Fabulous papers. Love all the different marks you've made and the tools you've used to make them.ReplyDelete