How to do The Epson salt paint on cards project, I missed? please send. Thank you?
Pour 1/2 cup Epsom salt into a glass container such as a measuring cup that holds more than 1 cup of liquid. Boil water; then pour 1/2 cup of the hot water into the Epsom salt, stirring to blend the materials completely. Brush the paint onto thick dark paper such as indigo or black construction paper while the liquid is fairly warm, creating straight lines, words or designs. Allow the painted liquid to evaporate without going back over the same lines again; otherwise, the crystals may not form properly.
Create your own crystal-forming watercolor paints using Epsom salt, table salt, food coloring and water. Pour 1 tablespoon each of Epsom salt and water into a shallow container, adding a few pinches of table salt and a drop or two of your favorite liquid food coloring. Swirl the container around to mix the materials, then paint with it on thick watercolor paper. Once the moisture evaporates completely -- which may take an entire day -- it leaves behind colored crystals atop the painted paper, adding an extra dimension to your creative work.
I'm not sure which project you mean, but if you go to that page (project) and and the question there, you will get an answer. Here's another card project I found using epsom salts:
Hope this is the project you are wanting. Good luck.
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"Roll your bottle in your tray of Epsom Salt and cover well." See the stunning result! ... With some Mod Podge (fast drying glue) and Epsom Salts....Create beautiful holiday ... Popular Project Book. s 13 kitchen paint colors people are pinning like crazy ... Organizing My Craft Room - Greeting and Craft Card Organizer.
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Hi Victoria, hope this helps you out, https://www.allthingswithpurpose.com/frozen-ice-painting/#:~:text=Mix%20an%20equal%20amount%20of,paint%20onto%20the%20dark%20paper.
Hi Victoria, there are many, many projects on Hometalk using Epsom salt. One of the prettiest and simple projects I've done myselft is to roll a tall glass cyclinder in epsom salts after applying a good amount of whie glue all over the outside. You sometimes have to do this in steps...maybe a quarter of the length of the cyclinder at a time. Beautiful for the holidays! Yet very simple. Here's Hometalk posts....
This should help you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDSJ3uxMwG8
Here is something I found https://www.ehow.com/how_5701668_paint-epsom-salt.html
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Hope this helps.
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