Presse papier marbré au vernis à ongle - Marbled Paperweight DIY. These pretty rainbow rocks are perfect for brightening up your desk! With just some nail polish and water, you can transform an ordinary rock into your own marbled paperweight.

Presse papier marbré au vernis à ongle - Marbled Paperweight DIY. These pretty rainbow rocks are perfect for brightening up your desk! With just some nail polish and water, you can transform an ordinary rock into your own marbled paperweight.

Tutorial: Water Marble Nail Art | #EssentialBeauty. This is fantastic. Will post a pic when I try it at home.

Tutorial: Water Marble Nail Art | #EssentialBeauty. This is fantastic. Will post a pic when I try it at home.

How amazing is this DIY Fabric Marbling technique? Fabric marbling is such a unique method and an awesome way to create a cool pattern you can somewhat control and transfer to other surfaces. We had a blast creating these cocktail and dinner napkins to use for parties or events! The process was timely, but so much...read more

How amazing is this DIY Fabric Marbling technique? Fabric marbling is such a unique method and an awesome way to create a cool pattern you can somewhat control and transfer to other surfaces. We had a blast creating these cocktail and dinner napkins to use for parties or events! The process was timely, but so much...read more

Beautiful summery silk scarves, patterns made using the marbling technique #marbling #diy

Beautiful summery silk scarves, patterns made using the marbling technique #marbling #diy

Marbled suminagashi Paper in kasane colours! (image by Catherine Packler of  Purple Butterfly Design|)

Marbled suminagashi Paper in kasane colours! (image by Catherine Packler of Purple Butterfly Design|)

DIY: How to Water Marble with Nail Polish - (Only 2 Ingredients!)   #water #marble #mug #diy #craft

DIY: How to Water Marble with Nail Polish - (Only 2 Ingredients!) #water #marble #mug #diy #craft

In suminagashi (Japanese paper marbling), the earliest and simplest form of marbling, inks are applied to the surface of the water with tapered brushes. The ink floats and the water urges the spots of colour into concentric bands (as depicted in the image below):

In suminagashi (Japanese paper marbling), the earliest and simplest form of marbling, inks are applied to the surface of the water with tapered brushes. The ink floats and the water urges the spots of colour into concentric bands (as depicted in the image below):

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