How do you thicken paint using baby powder and elmers glue?
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Glue, Paint and Baby Powder.. Makes What?!
Here's a video that might help.
Here are a few methods to help you.
Hi Debra. Mix a quarter-cup of baby powder, 1 tablespoon glue, and 1 tablespoon white acrylic paint. You can add water if it's too thick. This is a standard recipe for gesso.
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Hi Debra. Mix a quarter-cup of baby powder, 1 tablespoon glue, and 1 tablespoon white acrylic paint. You can add water if it's too thick. This is a standard recipe ...