Julie Recommends

Liquid Paper Art

One of my favorite discoveries has been using white out/liquid paper for art projects. If a student needs to draw a snow-covered mountain, we color the entire mountain in browns and then paint over either with strokes or with dabs of white out.

Not only does the white color show clearly, but there is texture to the white out–an almost spongy-like consistency. Many of my students used the “2 in 1″ Liquid Paper Pen and Brush Combo so that they could alternate between small, controlled strokes (such as the seams on tennis shoes) and the larger paint-brush strokes (such as the rubbery bottom parts of a tennis shoe).