Thursday, 14 July 2011

Things you will need:

Baking Parchment (not wax paper)

School Maths set (or a container with a lid)

Step 1:

Empty any packaging material that may be inside the pencil case.

Step 2: Cut the sponge into the shape of the recess left inside the case. Wrap the cloth around it and soak with water.

Step 3: Cut a piece of baking parchment to sit on top of the sponge/ cloth sandwich.

Step 4: Press down the baking parchment and smooth out any wrinkles that may appear on the surface. Lift the paper up and repeat on the opposite side (the dry side) to get both sides wet. If you only wet one side of the paper you will notice that the paper does not sit flat and develops bubbles of air.

And voila...again. You now have a new and improved wet pallette v2.0. Unlike the old tissue method used in my very first post, the sponge is re-usable. The only part that needs to be replaced is the baking parchment once it full up of paint. 

Enjoy your painting!



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