This is a fascinating project perfect for young children! Draw on cotton fabric, add an alcohol/vinegar blend, and watch the magic happen! During this workshop we'll experiment with designing and blending permanent markers with rubbing alcohol and vinegar, creating a watercolor effect. Each participant will use a variety of permanent markers and recycled objects to make their own colorful creation and, while still wet, the work may be taken home at the end of the workshop. The material has to dry overnight and it will need to be ironed or placed in a hot dryer for the colors to completely set. The fabric is 100% cotton and measures 15” x 15”.
A caregiver must be hands-on and actively involved with each child under the age of 10 to help with the project. We will be using waterproof permanent markers so bring an old shirt to protect your clothing.
Snow date: Friday, December 30th at 1:00 pm
Sponsored by the Hanson Public Library Foundation.