Introduction to Paper Marbling
with Robert Mahar
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Class duration: 1h 7mSee all 7 lessons
About The Class
Learn the art of suminagashi paper marbling.
Paper marbling is a craft tradition with a long and gorgeous history. In Introduction to Paper Marbling you’ll learn how to make your own marbled paper using the fail-proof suminagashi technique.
Marbled paper can be used as wrapping paper, for cards, or as stationary. In this beginner-friendly class, long-time crafting educator Robert Mahar will show you how to get beautiful results you can apply to a whole range of projects. You’ll learn how to:
- Create unique and beautifully marbled paper
- Manipulate inks in a variety of ways using multiple colors
- Transfer your designs and create stationery
You’ll learn how to make beautifully customized paper products using a simple water bath technique and a few basic supplies.
If you want to add a sophisticated touch to your paper goods, Introduction to Paper Marbling will show you how to do it.
Intro to Paper Marbling04:15
Paper Marbling Demo08:02
2-Color Paper Marbling04:11
Manipulating the Ink with Straws08:47
Manipulating the Ink with Paper Tabs11:40
Building and Using an Ink Comb13:52
Marbling Stationary Set16:26
Robert Mahar is a designer and maker who develops and teaches imaginative crafts and clever do-it-yourself projects through high-quality video tutorials and in-person workshops. The crafty content he develops and presents to his CreativeLive and YouTube viewers, online audience and workshop attendees is often rooted in nostalgia, and his talent for reinventing old-school crafts with a decidedly modern twist has gained him a loyal following. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
Robert Mahar - Paper Marbling Directions.pdf
Robert Mahar - Paper Marbling Supply List.pdf
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