Your finished paper can be used for any number of great projects!
1 clean 5-gallon bucket filled with water
Sheets of paper; colored, construction, card stock, patterned...experiment with what you have on hand
Krylon spray paint, your choice of colors
Drying line with clothespins
Step 1: Go For It
Choose a clean, well-ventilated area and place a small drop cloth down on your working space. Shake all of your paint cans thoroughly and have your paper, drying line, and clothespins ready.
Fill the bucket with water leaving a few inches at the top but deep enough to accommodate the length of your paper.
Select the color combination for your first piece of marbleized paper and spray a layer of color #1 onto the surface of the water within the bucket. Spray color # 2, color #3 etc. Be generous, the surface should be covered with paint.
The paint will float and mix on the surface of the water.
HINT: Don't wait too long before lowering your paper.
Hold your paper by the top edge either with clothespins or your fingers and dip slowly straight down into the center of the bucket.
The swirled paint will adhere as the paper is lowered
Pull your paper straight out and hang to dry.