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poster paint

[′pōs·tər ‚pānt]
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A water paint with a gum binder, which is brilliant, opaque, and fast-drying, and usually sold in jars. Also known as show-card color.
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Then get poster paints, wool, googly eyes, felt shapes, ribbon, glitter - anything you can lay your hands on.
But then we'd never have seen the amazing Golden Pheasant, that looks like it can't possibly exist in nature, as though some child had a bunch of poster paints and went mad, or the Rosy Pelican, which looked like it had been painted in watercolours or sculpted in many delicate shades of marble - that's the trouble with zoos.
Acrylic paints work best on canvas but make sure you check the age suitability - ready mix or poster paints may be better for younger children to use.
Either that or the kids in reception class were let loose unsupervised with poster paints and a set of brushes when she was visiting.
Mr Cross said last night: "I was asked to paint a sign with poster paints and I must have enjoyed doing it because I got in my car, parked up, and painted a picture of a church and it started from there.
Build your own collection of pencils, erasers, easels, canvases, acrylics, watercolours, pastels and poster paints.
We start to love paper when we're toddlers, up to our elbows in poster paints, crayons and ink, or using dainty paper scissors to cut out pictures to stick in a scrapbook.
4) For cluttered children's rooms, get the little ones to make their own storage boxes by painting cardboard ones with poster paints, sticking on pictures cut out of magazines or having fun with glue and glitter.
Newspaper Poster board or heavy white paper Assortment of leaves Poster paints Old toothbrush Piece of screen (from the hardware store) Paper towels
This can then be painted using poster paints and sealed using a clear varnish.
But the Queen - on her first official visit to Inverness for 15 years - was delighted with her new portrait in poster paints, which showed her in a royal blue cloak, green dress and, of course, a crown on her head.
Use thick poster paints and paint a pattern on your papier mEochE[umlaut].