I discovered Japanese paper marbling this year and I have been pining to do this project with my classes. Finally, I got my hands on a kit and we've been going to town in the art trailer. Here are a few of my favorite Suminigashi prints from 5th grade. Suminigashi literally means "spilled ink" in Japanese. Take a look! The kits cost about 17 bucks online, and here is a link to the lesson plan in case you want to do this too. In my class, we create the Suminigashi monoprints on day one and then over the next several class visits, the students create a drawing that goes with their monoprint. Lots of students chose to draw Koi fish, the Japanese symbol of love and friendship.