Batik is a wax-resist fabric dyeing technique that originated in Indonesia. To make batik-making more child-friendly, wax can be replaced with white glue or blue gel glue to make various exciting batik crafts and projects.
(another crayon project) I want to make one now! These are so eye catching! "This is a classic crayon resist project, concentrating on using lighter color values and heavy wax lines. The end result is very effective!
Elmer's Glue Batik Project- simply draw a design using Elmer's 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!