Super Savings Item! Save 33% on the Ampersand Claybord by Ampersand at Prince Georges Arts Council. MPN: CYCBS09. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Claybord is a true multimedia panel, ideal for paint, ink, gouache, egg tempera, acrylics, airbrush, collage, photo-transfer, pencil, casein, and for mounting papers, prints, and fabrics.Ampersand Claybord.
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Claybord is a true multimedia panel, ideal for paint, ink, gouache, egg tempera, acrylics, airbrush, collage, photo-transfer, pencil, casein, and for mounting papers, prints, and fabrics.
Features & Highlights
9.02 x 0.24 x 12.01 inches
9.02 x 0.08 x 11.97 inches
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