No matter what the season, there’s always a reason to marble something! This video tutorial shows you how easy it is to marble virtually any surface – paper, wood, plastic, craft foam, metal – even mini pumpkins for your fall holiday table. Use them as place card holders, party favors, or as part of a holiday centerpiece.

Marble lots of mini pumpkins for your fall holiday table
Written by:Lisa Fulmer

6 replies on “How to use Easy Marble paint

  1. could not tell if the navy paper is just paper, card stock, or paper towel. I know it is to clean the water but what is it?

  2. Why we cannot use toothpick to do patterns? It becomes dried so fast and made it ugly when we use toothpick to create pattern.
    Thank you

    1. I use toothpicks with success. You must be super fast; if the swirls of color start sticking together, get the toothpick to a clean break to remove (pull the toothpick out where there’s water, not product.) I’ve even let the toothpick sink to avoid pulling half my design out.

  3. Can’t get it to marble. It forms a film rapidly in my tap water (room temp, hot and ice cold). Sticks and lifts out to whatever stick I use (wood, plastic, metal). I even tried adding soap to the water first. Why does the film keep forming?

  4. Visit our Easy Marble FAQ under Resources at for tips and answers to your questions. Thanks!

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