Beeswax is a remarkable wax because it does not melt readily. For example, it can stand temperatures up to 60oc. Suitable for furniture polish, candles, encaustic and batik painting. Encaustic painting – also known as hot wax painting, involves using heated beeswax to which colored pigments are added. The liquid/paste is then applied to a surface — usually prepared wood, though canvas and other materials are often used. Batik painting – It is common for people to use a mixture of beeswax and paraffin wax. The beeswax will hold to the fabric and the paraffin wax will allow cracking, which is a characteristic of batik. Wherever the wax has seeped through the fabric, the dye will not penetrate. Sometimes several colours are used, with a series of dyeing, drying and waxing steps.
Excellent quality calico bags 38cm x 45cm.The handle is 36cm prefect for using as a shoulder bag. Easy to print onto or use fabric markers. We can do bags with your own design in one colour minimum is 1000 allow 8 weeks – please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote.
Suitable for saving inks, acrylic paint, watercolours, store pigments and more. Refillables are available in four distinct sets.
Derivan Refillables are the ideal and practical solution for the artist or craft person who would like to organise, transport and store their unique colours to saved for future use or give those many indispensable craft supplies such as buttons, beads, pins, glitter and more, their own organised storage.
Non-permanent body art with a shimmery twist! Draw on designs with the medical-grade adhesive using the fine applicator bottle or apply through one of the 6 included stencils. Also can be applied with a brayer and a rubber stamp. Just let the adhesive dry a little, dab on the glitter and the design is done! Designs last for days or are easily removed with baby oil. For ages 12+.
All the tools and supplies you need are included in this kit:
– 3-4 gram jars of glitter (1 each in: Lavender, Turquoise and Silver)
– 1/2 fl oz/14.79 ml adhesive
– 0.5 mm applicator tip
– 6 self-adhesive stencils
– 2 cotton swabs
– Instructions and design ideas
Indigo Tie Dye Kit
This kit brings the ancient art of indigo dyeing to the home dyer in a user-friendly formulation.
Indigo dye, which comes from a plant, is one of the oldest dyes used for coloring fabrics and the one still used today to color blue jeans.
This natural dye process has long been used in many cultures around the world.
The unique characteristics of indigo dyeing make it easy to create wonderful resist patterns on fabric.
With a resurgence of interest in indigo and ethnic patterning in the fashion world, this kit is sure to be a winner!
For ages 8+.
Dyes up to 15 yards/5 lbs. of fabric or 15 T-shirts.
Dye bath lasts for several weeks.
Included in this kit:
– Jacquard’s pre reduced indigo
– Reducing Agent
– Rubber bands
– 2 wood blocks
– Quick start instructions
– Instruction booklet with tying patterns and historical/cultural overview of Indigo
These inks are alcohol based and therefore apply to almost any surface. Excellent to use on foam, polystyrene, glass, wood and plastic.
Piñata Colours are highly saturated, fast-drying alcohol inks for any hard surface, including glass, metal, plastic, ceramic, stone, leather, polymer clay and more. Indelible and impervious to water once dry, Piñata Colours clean up with alcohol and re-wet themselves, allowing for unique effects and techniques not easily achieved with water-based systems.