Making watercolor paint with old markers is a great way to use every single drop of an item to re purpose them into a art supply. Save dried and almost dry markers that are not really working any more in different color groups. Anytime I can find a suggestion of how to save money, big or small, I pass it along to “The Homestead Survival” readers. A successful homestead takes a lot of creative frugal ways to save money because those saved dollars will be put to good use buying supplies for another area.
Making watercolor paint with old markers
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