Daily Mod Podge Resist: A Nontoxic Alternative to Shellac Resist for Ceramic Water Etching
Ceramic water etching is a pretty darn fun technique, but I had only heard of doing it with stinky shellac or wax resist. In today’s post, Deanna Ranlett tells us about Amy Roberson’s technique of using ModPodge® as a resist for water etching. It’s such a great alternative to shellac because there are no toxic fumes, plus it doesn’t ruin brushes like wax resist!
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