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A piece of cheesecloth big enough to cover
A protected spraying surface, I cover my
counter with freezer paper and made a spraying booth out
of a half panel of display board like the kids use for science
Take a piece of cheesecloth a little bigger
than your paper and pull some threads here and there for more
Tape it down to your work surface on the top
Slide a piece of cardstock under the cheesecloth,
wrinkles can add more interest Spritz with a couple of color
sprays (Note: the first piece is usually blotchy but still
Pull up your cheesecloth carefully, slide
first piece of cardstock out and replace with a fresh piece
Carefully lay the wet cheesecloth back down,
grab your brayer and brayer firmly over the second piece of
cardstock, remember wrinkles add interest. Repeat process
with spraying a first piece then brayering a second until
you have as many sheets as you like.
You will also get a terrific colored piece
of cheesecloth to use in collage work. I changed cheesecloth
when it got really saturated with color or I switched colors.
Experiment and have fun!!!
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