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Batik using crayon diy-and-craftiness

DIY batik print fabric with melted crayons! I did this with Andy: tips. use foil baking cups in the muffin tins; draw or trace your design onto the fabric beforehand; do NOT over iron; be sure the crayon wax is hot enough to penetrate the fabric.

Pink and Green Mama: Elmers Gel Glue Batik Aprons. Could even do on a fabric piece to create a wall hanging!

Elmers Glue Batik Project- simply draw a design using Elmers gel glue, let dry, use acrylic paint to fill in the design, let dry, submerge in water for about 20 mins to dissolve the glue and hang up somewhere to dry!

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) Maybe I can do this with darker colors!

Silk scarf for Aunt Ruth - either this swirl pattern or "I love Aunt Ruth" in cursive

batika -flour paste batik dying technique {excellent tutorial: Batik is a resist method of fabric dyeing that uses wax}

Elmer's blue gel glue in place of wax for easy batik! This tutorial calls it a "watermark tee".

Elmers blue gel glue in place of wax for easy batik.-- This tutorial calls it a watermark tee (Easier on the fabric than doing a pink tee with a bleach pen)

Flour Paste Batik  1/2 cup flour, + a few extra tablespoons  1/2 cup water  2 teaspoons alum (helps keep nasty smelly bits from growing)

Flour Paste Batik cup flour, + a few extra tablespoons cup water 2 teaspoons alum (helps keep nasty smelly bits from growing)

Faux Stained glass created from school glue and acrylic paint! by polly

Faux Stained glass created from school glue and acrylic paint! by polly

Easy way to transfer a photo to canvas! | jezzicasprojects

First let me explain this nice easy technique that can be used to transfer a photo, text or other image to fabric, wood or paper.A blender pen that contains Xylene – I bought the Chartpak Ad Marker Blender at an art supply store

Make your own silk screens...this is really smart and it's using household items!!

Cheap screen printing technique with embroidery hoop, pantyhose/nylon, mod podge, then fabric paint.

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