Inspired by Lingua Franca- which is far to $$ for me. Wrote backwards- So that in mirror reads- “I got this” for a friend. A meditation while fueling my creative needs.
There are many ways to make soap. But we are essentially melting down a base soap and just adding color and scent. You can buy base soap from amazon- You cut it into small 1/2″ cubes for faster melting and put in double boiler. We originally did a bowl inside pot with water- But I… Read More “Making” soap. Really just shaping soap 😉
Just tape the glass and paint with acrylic. Requires a few coats but peels tape off once dry and voila! The tape took some paint off and I had to touch up in some areas. But fun!
What better gift to give during the pandemic than soap- germ free! Just melt soap base, add color and essential oil. Spray silicone mold with alcohol and pour in. Let dry and pop them out.
Go to this website to generate a negative of your JPEG. You can see what the final outcome will look like in different solarfast color inks. You can adjust the contrast before you create negative. Then print directly on to transparency paper. You need TWO copies and print on highest quality. Align the two transparencies… Read More Cyanotype printing photos
This reminds of when I was a kid developing shadows with light sensitive paper. Oh inkodye- you just paint the dye (shake well) on your fabric: Inside- in low light area. Then blot excess paint with paper and towel and set down what you want to print. Here a feather: Bring out to direct sunlight… Read More Lumi inkodye and cyanotype- light sensitive paint and fabric
We often give personalized clothes as gifts and I forget to take pics of them before they are gone… will try harder now. And post here.