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  • Sue Cole
    Iris will know more, but with the powdered pigments, you can mix them with gum arabic, that s the usual base for watercolors. Watercolors are normally more
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      Iris will know more, but with the powdered pigments, you can mix them with
      gum arabic, that's the usual base for watercolors. Watercolors are normally
      more successful on paper rather than fabric. Gum arabic is a medium for
      watercolors and you can find it in a paint supply place or you might have it
      in your box already. Through a suggestion from someone else, I was able to
      buy a gallon container of it from a printer - they use it on their machines.

      The main thing is to keep trying.
      Sue


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