Sharpie Tie Dye Shirts: Put the shirt over a cup and secure it with a rubber band. This keeps drips from soaking through the shirt. Then you go to town with your Sharpies. Some of the kids were very precise with their patterns and others were random. The last step is awesome because you can see the dye spread into designs. You use an eyedropper to drop rubbing alcohol over your design. Make as many designs over cups as you like. Let dry. Put the shirt in the dryer to set the colors.
It's cosmic madness!
Art for Kids: Cosmic Suncatchers: white glue, liquid food color, toothpick. Takes 3 days to dry.
Cold porcelain. Mostly used to sculpt small figurines and flower decorations, but is also ideal for beads, jewelry or even fun pencil toppers. It is called cold porcelain because it does not need to be fired. As it dries, it becomes hard, with a velvety, slightly translucent, finish, just like true porcelain. You can dye or paint it. Made with low-priced and natural ingredients
Sharpie Tie Dye Method: 10 Tips
sharpie tie dye shirt! Note to Self: Sew into a non-tee shape first
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How To Make Sharpie Tie Dye Shirts from Living at the Whitehead's Zoo
A quick and easy batik techniques .... soooo much potential!!!
Salt Resist Tie Dye Technique
A little dash of salt can give your project a whole new look. Create shapes, words, and more by following this Salt Resist Tie Dye Technique.