Glue Batik | Kids' Crafts | Fun Craft Ideas
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.
How Can You Resist Such a Simple Technique?
One fun little technique I found works great with acrylic inks (this would also work with Tsukineko inks) is to draw on fabric with a colored pencil or china marker and paint over it like a simple resist. Kind of like in grammar school when you colored with crayons and painted india ink over the top. So why pencil versus china marker? Simply, pencil will give you a thinner defined line and the china marker a thicker heavier line. In this case brand does matter. The first sample, if you can…
Learn to Make Clothes that are Paintings
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