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Fun with Mod Podge - Kids Washout Formula 

Fun with Mod Podge - Kids Washout Formula 

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Each month we will be doing a Live stream in the Getting Crafty with Mod Podge group. This month we focused on new ways to use Mod Podge Kids Washout formula. Suzanne shares a way to paint fabric using the Washout formula and Fabric Creations Fabric paint. 

An easy project to do is the tote bag! To create a tote bag here are the instructions,

Watch the video:


Fabric Paint Resist Tote Instructions
By Suzanne Cook

Supplies:
  • Mod Podge® Kids Wash Out
  • Tote bag
  • Fabric Creations™ Soft Fabric Inks
  • Mod Podge® Detail Brush
  • FolkArt® Paint Brushes
  • Watercolor
  • 10 x10 Cardstock
  • Black permanent marker
  • Bowl
  • Water basin 
  • Palette
  • Paper towel

Instructions: 
1)    Wash, dry and iron flat tote bag to prepare for painting.
2)    Draw a design on cardstock with a marker.
3)    Slide the design inside the bag to use as a guide for painting resist.
4)    Pour Mod Podge® Kids Wash Out into bowl mix in small amount of yellow watercolor to tint.
5)    Using a detail brush, paint the tinted Mod Podge® over the design lines showing through the bag. Let dry.
6)    Paint the bag with Fabric Creations™ Soft Fabric Inks. Paint slightly over the resist lines. Let dry for 24 hours.
7)    Optional: Rinse in cool water in a sink and remove resist by hand.
8)    Wash on a warm/cool cycle and dry on normal setting.


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Posted: 9/12/2017 9:59:11 AM by Tim Goleman | with 0 comments

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