How to mod podge coloring pages with water soluble ink?
Teresa Barham on May 06, 2018LaminateHelpful Reply
16999903 on May 06, 2018Spray your pages with hairspray several times. Allow it to dry well between spraying. It should seal the colors. It will look dark at first, but should lighten when dry. Try it on a corner or piece you don't want to save to make sure you get the effect you want.Helpful Reply
Nancy on May 06, 2018thanks very muchHelpful Reply
Emily on May 06, 2018there is a fixitive which will keep colors from running but the pages of a coloring book are very porous so I would advise getting a book and experimenting. I would suggest putting in plastic sleeves and displaying that way.Helpful Reply
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