Cecilia Lundberg

Cecilia Lundberg

Cecilia Lundberg
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How to do it: 1. Grab your pillow case. 2. Mix some water with acrylic paint. The thinner the paint the lighter the color. Test it on some scrap fabric first 3. Make sure to put a cardboard between the layers of your pillowcase before painting so then the paint doesn't go through both layers. 4. Paint your pillowcase with paintbrushes how you'd like it to look

How to do it: Grab your pillow case. Mix some water with acrylic paint. The thinner the paint the lighter the color. Test it on some scrap fabric first Make sure to put a cardboard between th (Diy Pillows Sharpie)

Lois Ericson shows you how to create uniquely colored and patterened fabrics with ordinary household bleach.  Once you have your pattern soak in a solution of hyrogen peroxide and water to neutralize the bleach.  I have done this successfully with tshirts and skirts etc and I love it

Lois Ericson shows you how to create uniquely colored and patterened fabrics with ordinary household bleach. What about using this same idea to spray rust solution or dye over a fabric? Love the idea of making botanical silhouette print fabric.