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Fabric Painting and Dyeing Three Ways

Grab some fabric because we’re trying out 3 different ways to paint or dye fabric! Last week on facebook I demonstrated, live, three different types of fabric dye. I ended up loving each one, for a different reason. Watch the video and let me know what you think!

Fabric painting and dyeing three ways! andreasnotebook.com

Products in the video:

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FABRIC PAINTING TECHNIQUES
Today I’m trying out 3 ways to paint/dye fabric. Watch to see the results live.

Below are links to the products I’m using.

Tulip Color Shot: Instant Fabric Color —> http://amzn.to/1Pjbia8
This is an aerosol spray paint for fabric. Good for all over color or for using stencils. This dries quickly and is soft to the touch. Best for light colored fabrics. You can blend colors while spraying as well.
— I’m using Bubblegum Pink (http://amzn.to/1sxFl9b), Lemonade (http://amzn.to/1PMBoaW) and Coral (http://amzn.to/24DytTC)

Tulip Fabric Spray Paint —> http://amzn.to/28of8dy
There is no air in these bottles. The spray nozzle gives you complete control. Pump the nozzle to spray.

Lumi Sunfold Printing Kit —> http://amzn.to/1Pjcr1e
Inkodye is an amazing new way to print on fabric. Its color develops and binds permanently when exposed to bright sunlight or UV. Inkodye is the only water-based dye of its kind. It does not use PVC, toxic solvents, iron or silver in its formula. This kit includes red and blue ink, the detergent, 2 gloves and instructions.

If you’re watching the video while it’s live, please click the “live video” link above the video to go to the original video to leave comments.

Canvas Drop Cloth —->http://amzn.to/1sxE2Hb

Posted by Andrea’s Notebook on Thursday, 9 June 2016

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