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Aitoh Boku-Undo Suminagashi Innovation Marbling Kit
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- Simply drip a few drops of the dyes on water, swirl with utensil, lay desired material on dye, then rinse with water to set
- Virtually all materials that soak up water can be marbled with these inks, such as paper, cloth, and wood
- Has opacity not usually found in dyes, allowing for traditional color mixing as with paints
- Include 6 non-toxic dyes, instructions, and reusable marbling float paper
- Recommended for ages 6 and up
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Perfect for creating your own gift wrap, stationery, collage, or just for fun. Simply put marbling inks on water surface and transfer pattern to a desired material that absorbs water such as paper, cloth, hide, wood, etc.
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As other reviewers have mentioned, the colors are NOT particularly vivid. But after playing with the set for a while, we discovered that it had everything to do with the paper we were using. The best paper we found was Target (yes, the store) marker paper- VERY inexpensive paper that we got in a pad and for some reason produced amazingly vivid colors.
Papers coated in gesso did NOT work well. I had some on hand from a mixed media project I was working on and the colors were very pale.
Another thing we found works well- use the smallest tray of water possible and put as little water in it as possible so you can still submerge the paper. Because the colors do migrate quite a bit, if there's less water for them to migrate into, the design and color saturation will be more vivid.
The kit does come with some tiny floating paper dots that work well (they look like a part of the packaging so keep an eye out for them when you unpack things) but we had just as much success with using the tips of paintbrushes dipped into each color and then lightly tapped on the surface of the water. It made for a more intricate design.
This was a super fun project- my eight year old made amazing prints in just a few minutes, and she was fascinated. I am, too. This s definitely going to be a regular creative project around here. I just wish there were more colors, but if you mix the ones the kit comes with, the possibilities are endless.
This watercolor marbling is a delight and you can get the most interesting designs. I ran out of the little paper dots early on, so I use an inverted spoon to slowly pour the ink over the water. You get the brightest colors on very absorbent paper: rice paper is classic, watercolor paper always works, but I also used newspaper paper successfully. I have marbled business cards and labels for jet printers. The worst paper to use is standard office paper, which is rather water repellent.
I've just attached one example of marbling so you can see how the colors look. They are not strongly vivid like colors often are in Turkish marbling. I used rice paper, so perhaps the colors would show up more brightly on a more opaque surface? Either way, I am satisfied with the results and found the marbling kit quite easy to use.