Jacquard Marbling Kits
If you have ever wanted to try marbling, this mini kit with it’s excellent instructions walks you through the process. Easy to float bright color doesn’t sink or spread too much.
No more problems with some colors sinking and some spreading too much. One problem was the bag of carrageenan had slightly different directions than the general directions in the box.
Jacquard Marbling Paints
This video shows how easy it is to create amazing marblized fabric and paper with the Jacquard Marbling Kit . CC
Our product specialists will be happy to help you with questions about art materials, product applications, and techniques. Love the product but we are a business and need larger sizes these don’t last a week!
Now available in gallons for all you production marblers out there who asked for a larger size.
The traditional art of marbling is a great way to apply beautiful colors.
The kit includes step-by-step instructions and all materials needed with the exception of the paper or fabric.
This kit takes some preparation to use (making the size, soaking the paper in mordant), but the directions are good, and you get a lot of bang for your buck.
No more problems with some colors sinking and some spreading too much! I didn’t have a problem with the red ink, but just about every color either wouldn’t come out of the tube, or would come out very clumpy, resulting in blobs of ink on my paper. On other porous and semi-porous surfaces, the paints have excellent adhesion. In general paper for marbling should not contain a lot of external sizing to keep the marbling paints from sinking into the paper. Only certain paints will work well in marbling – they have to be able to float on the surface of the "size".
We need more than a 2 ounce size to make it practical to use in our business. It comes with gall, but it lacks any information about how or why to use it. Experiment with making patterned fabric, unique wrapping paper, greeting cards, fine art, and more. Use with marbling colors to adjust how much the paints spread on the marbling sizing.
The "synthetic" gall needs to be cut by at least about half – waaaay too strong.
The color selection is small, but all the colors can be mixed to your heart’s content to create new colors. A few notes: it’s imperative that the size be thick enough.
The gall can be added to the marbling colors to increase their spread and coverage, and can be diluted to add to the size for clear voids and other effects. We are professional marbles and cannot deal with that small a size. All of the paints below have been used with success by some experienced marblers. Versatile, thin flowable paint for silk painting and many other uses on most fabrics, even untreated leather. What will keep us from buying large quantities is the 2 ounce only size.
Marbling Fabric And Paper With Jacquard Marbling Kit
This is a fairly standard swirl pattern that is then picked up with a Spanish Wave. First paint is applied in "stones" by dripping the
The other colors behaved well did not sink and made nice circles. On fabric, the paints are soft to the touch and completely washable after heat setting. All colors spread equally (except black, which spreads more deliberately, and is usually used first) on the marbling size and have good adhesion on any porous or semi-porous substrate.
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