Rubber-banded 5 or 6 dried out water-based markers of a similar color
together (I used Crayola and liqui-mark brands). I removed their marker
tops and I'm saving those little goodies for another occasion.
2. Pour water into glass baby food jars below the screw top area.
the color tips of the markers into the water and just let it be. If you
look closely at the green jar you can see the green seeping out. The longer it
sits the better. 4. Removed
the markers and test the coloured water on paper
This is a great way to make a really
green and cheap way to make liquid watercolors.