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Re: [Marbling] The marbling gods were with me

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  • Nancy Akerly
    Wahoo! I m going to give that paper a try too. Good for you, I m so pleased it all went well. Nancy liberty Grove Paper Arts Sent from my iPad ... [Non-text
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 25, 2013
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      Wahoo! I'm going to give that paper a try too. Good for you, I'm so pleased it all went well.
      Nancy
      liberty Grove Paper Arts

      Sent from my iPad

      On Jun 25, 2013, at 10:33 PM, "Cat" <catthom3@...> wrote:

      > And, the new paper worked brilliantly-Arches Platine (MW, GN)
      > Made by Arjomari-Prioux Mill*, France. Mouldmade, neutral pH, 100% cotton, no buffers (alkaline reserve) nor whiteners (optical brightening agents), smooth surface.
      > Likely, this is too thick for book arts, but perfect as a stand alone piece or for use with printmaking processes.
      > I made the carrageenan fresh the day before, coated the paper 2 hours before printing with fresh alum solution, mixed the Golden acrylics fresh and a bit more watery than before. Everything worked. Whew. Even the silver (a new addition) worked.
      > I'll be trying this out again this weekend.
      > Cat
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    • Lilly
      how did it go Sue   L~ ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
      Message 2 of 3 , Jul 4, 2013
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        how did it go Sue
         
        L~


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        > From: Cat <catthom3@...>
        >To: Marbling@yahoogroups.com
        >Sent: Tuesday, June 25, 2013 11:33 PM
        >Subject: [Marbling] The marbling gods were with me
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        >And, the new paper worked brilliantly-Arches Platine (MW, GN)
        >Made by Arjomari-Prioux Mill*, France. Mouldmade, neutral pH, 100% cotton, no buffers (alkaline reserve) nor whiteners (optical brightening agents), smooth surface.
        >Likely, this is too thick for book arts, but perfect as a stand alone piece or for use with printmaking processes.
        >I made the carrageenan fresh the day before, coated the paper 2 hours before printing with fresh alum solution, mixed the Golden acrylics fresh and a bit more watery than before. Everything worked. Whew. Even the silver (a new addition) worked.
        >I'll be trying this out again this weekend.
        >Cat
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