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FP107. Koi Watercolor Travel Set (18 color) A great compact way to take watercolor when you travel or for workshops. This self-contained unit has artist quality watercolors - smooth, creamy and instantly responsive to water for vibrant colors and transparent washes. (For opaque color, use a minimum of water.) You don't have to wait until your return to paint in your travel journal.
When other techniques fail, use this clear, permanent, waterproof spray acrylic to stop bleeding on envelopes. Lightly spray envelope. Let it dry and test. To prevent bleeding, use over a non-waterproof medium (like markers or watercolor) before adding lettering. Can be used to seal finished work of non-waterproof ink, paint (gouache & watercolor), pencil, charcoal, pastel, chalk, tempera, etc. Dries in seconds to a matte finish which may be reworked or worked over with any art medium. Formulated to minimize change in color values or curling & buckling when used on thin art papers. Always pre-test to make sure the results will be acceptable. Low odor DOES NOT mean no harmful fumes! ALWAYS use with adequate ventilation or outdoors.
A high quality, lightweight drawing board with a smooth hardwood surface on both sides and two metal edges for use with a T-square. The resin-impregnated kraft honeycomb core is permanently bonded for strength. Very durable and very light. Made in USA. A drawing board can be used as a lapboard or on an easel at a slant to help prevent neck and back pain.
(See S690 for an 18"x24" Drawing Board.)
Ann Miller has an Aerocore Drawing Board in her supply list. Airlite is another trade name for a similar product.
The decorated ketubbah (marriage contract) has been an integral part of Jewish marriages for over two millennia; nowadays, it can often be seen prominently displayed in the homes of married Jewish couples. A legal document bearing the signatures of two witnesses, it outlines the bridegroom's obligations toward his bride, including a repeated commitment to "cherish, honor, support, and maintain" her. The laws regulating the relations between Jewish wives and husbands and their commitments to each other - symbolically embodied in the ketubbah - have remained remarkably consistent.
The ketubbot reproduced on these cards are from the collection of The Library of The Jewish Theological Seminary, one of the finest such collections in the world.
Twenty assorted 5"x7" blank note cards (5 each of 4 styles) with envelopes and decorative box.