We did some texturing on canvas and paper, with a variety of texture mediums. We used stencils, sequin waste, plastic cards and fingers. This was the first step of our project.
My grandson went dirt biking with his dad today. He had a close encounter with a tree. Fortunately it was only his leg. A long hospital trip, and 9 stitches later, he is back. Now the story has a bear attack, and he is a star. Yes, those are size 12 feet, he is 13 yes. Old.
This is after drying for 24 hours, and ironing. Then they were washed and dried. There is a lot less color than I expected. The liquid was bright, results are subtle.
We used several colors of decolorant to make designs on tshirts. They have to be ironed to show up.
The kids made these on their own. Cool, huh? Will be painted soon as they dry.
This is how the birds came out. Grandpa made a log perch for them.
We started with a ball of paper, covered it in foil. Made legs from wire.Then masking taped over it. Then collaged on newspaper, using gel medium. Next paint.
We made some painted blobs, that turned into strange animals.