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Shibori: Japanese Resist Dye  Steps: 1) Write name on fabric with sharpie 2) Dip fabric in water and then wring it out 3) Lay flat on table and fold like an accordion (1" wide) 4) Place clothes pins on damp fabric in places you want to resist dye 5) Place compressed fabric in plastic tub and pick 2 of the 3 primary colors 6) Saturate the top of the fabric with dye 6) Turn fabric over to back and fill in any white spaces 7) let dry 8) Take off clothes pins, absorb any excess dye by pressing

Shibori: Japanese Resist Dye Steps: 1) Write name on fabric with sharpie 2) Dip fabric in water and then wring it out 3) Lay flat on table and fold like an accordion (1" wide) 4) Place clothes pins on damp fabric in places you want to resist dye 5) Place compressed fabric in plastic tub and pick 2 of the 3 primary colors 6) Saturate the top of the fabric with dye 6) Turn fabric over to back and fill in any white spaces 7) let dry 8) Take off clothes pins, absorb any excess dye by pressing

Create colorful batik fabric using melted crayons.  Easy-ish tutorial (some messiness will be involved)

How to make Batik Fabric with Crayons

Create colorful batik fabric using melted crayons. Easy-ish tutorial (some messiness will be involved)

toothpaste + aloe vera lotion from dollar store= batik resist to use on muslin fabric with regular (not washable) tempera

toothpaste + aloe vera lotion from dollar store= batik resist to use on muslin fabric with regular (not washable) tempera

Fourth Grade Zig Zag Paintings Are Complete! Tons of great ideas for older kids too!  I am already planning!

Fourth Grade Zig Zag Paintings Are Complete! Tons of great ideas for older kids too! I am already planning!

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