spackle


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Synonyms for spackle

powder (containing gypsum plaster and glue) that when mixed with water forms a plastic paste used to fill cracks and holes in plaster

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MATERIALS * 6" x 6" white cardboard * Acrylic paint (blue, yellow, red, white) * Paintbrushes, water cups * Spackle * Glue * Black poster board (cut to size) PROCEDURES 1.
Tempera paint and acrylic medium, varnish, brushes, sandpaper, sponges, spackle, glue, craft foam, string, tape, newsprint paper, dowel rods, scrap wood blocks, electric drill.
A super size McDonald's fries has 10 grams of artery spackle.
If the hair isn't light enough (it should be almost the same color as your skin), spackle the bleach mix back on, and let it sit for another five minutes.
I'm not entirely sure I even remember what the floor in my living room used to look like, since I can't see it for the drop cloths, spackle dust, and errant bric-a-brac that cover it.
Plus bricks, mortar, water stains, spackle and so forth.
It sands easily and can be used for sealing spackle, drywall repairs and hiding dark colors.
After all the celluclay has hardened and details are added, the students cover the figure with a thin layer of spackle to fill in cracks or smooth out surfaces.
Make it smooth We all know to spackle and sand cracks and holes before applying primer.
Set the nail heads slightly under the surface with a nail set, spackle the new nail holes and touch them up with paint.
Jig-A-Patch is simple to use: spray a small amount of Jig-A-Patch spackle into the damaged area of a wall.
Bravura stacks of snowballs made out of Styrofoam, cheesecloth, plaster, spackle, and gesso aim most directly at the ever-changing history of realism and reveal Stoll's Hollywood background.