This entry was originally posted on Monday, September 10, 2012

Today in my class I taught how to make rocks using plastic wrap.

I shared with them a tip about plastic wrap that I recently discovered myself and doesn’t seem to be known to very many people.

On most plastic wrap boxes, there are tabs on the sides that you can push in.

These tabs are to help the roll stay in the box when you try to cut the plastic wrap.

May not be exactly watercolor related but I still found it a useful tip for my studio since I have a roll in my desk.


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