Media & Techniques

A Foolproof Way to Pull Marbleized Prints Using Chalk

Most art programs have a lot of used chalk pastels. Your inclination might be to pitch them, but did you know these “supply leftovers” can have an exciting second life as a unique printmaking material?

With just a few simple materials, your students can create beautiful marbelized chalk prints. You can keep these as is or use them for a variety of other projects. Watch to see just how easy the process is!

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Lindsey Moss

Lindsey Moss, an elementary school art educator, is AOEU’s Content Specialist and a former AOEU Writer. She enjoys art history and finding creative and fun solutions to educational challenges.

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