Rubber cement resist is a fun, fluid, relaxing art project for any age! For the best results, use watercolors and watercolor paper. Apply the rubber cement first and allow it to dry naturally or blow dry it. You can make abstract squiggles with the rubber cement as we have done, or you can attempt letters or even a picture. When the glue is dry and you are ready to paint, consider either using the glue as lines to follow and stay within or just have fun adding colors on top. Once the paint is dry, remove the rubber cement by “scrubbing” the surface of the paper with your hands. Et voila!