AUTOPLAY
Collage Experiments: Alternate Adhesives
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What you’ll need
Elmer’s Glue
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Regular and/or Matte Modge Podge
Small Cups With Lids
1 per student
Cheap Brushes
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Assorted Collage Papers
1 per 1-2 students
Small Cups Or Caps You Have On Hand (Quick, Budget)
1 per 1-2 students
Glue Stick
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In our Collage Basics tutorial we used glue sticks. This tutorial introduces alternate adhesives.
1. In our Collage Basics tutorial we used glue sticks. This tutorial introduces alternate adhesives.
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Elmer’s Glue All in small cups and cheap brushes is another good adhesive option for collage.
2. Elmer’s Glue All in small cups and cheap brushes is another good adhesive option for collage.
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Turn each piece over and paint glue on back around ALL edges of the shape. Press down everywhere.
3. Turn each piece over and paint glue on back around ALL edges of the shape. Press down everywhere.
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Modge Podge is another adhesive that some artists like to use as an overall finish coat.
4. Modge Podge is another adhesive that some artists like to use as an overall finish coat.
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Modge Podge is best applied with a paint brush and goes on milky white.
5. Modge Podge is best applied with a paint brush and goes on milky white.
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When dry it will be clear.
6. When dry it will be clear.
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Elmer’s Glue All can be used for this clear overall finish, too. It will be white while wet ...
7. Elmer’s Glue All can be used for this clear overall finish, too. It will be white while wet ...
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... and will also dry clear.
8. ... and will also dry clear.
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One more idea: you can draw with Sharpies on top of collages, with or without the clear coating.
9. One more idea: you can draw with Sharpies on top of collages, with or without the clear coating.
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Thanks!