How easy is it to apply fabric paint to fabric?
It is very easy to apply fabric paint to fabric. It can be done directly out of most fabric paint tubes, as they usually come with pointed tops for easy application. It can also be used by pouring it into a dish and using a sponge to apply it to the fabric. Some people use different shaped sponges, like squares, stars, leaf shapes to stamp the paint on. You can also use a standard paint brush.
I don't see why not, many Fabric Paints are Acrylic, which means the're water based, I think there is an oil based Fabric Paint, which ever you deside to use, when and/or if you deside to put a finish coat on your project, make sure you use a water based finish with a water based fabric paint and an oil based finish with a oil based fabric paint. The only difference between Fabric Paint and…
Go to your craft store where you can buy the fabric paint and see if there is a solution you can buy to take off the fabric paint. Also please go on: www.google.com Type in: How do you get fabric paint off fabric? Use lava soap adn scrubb uunder running water it should come out with some elbow grease.
you cant unless you have fabric paint How - to Once the sheets have been laundered to remove the sizing, you can paint on them with either fabric paint (which comes in jars, or pens), fabric dyes (as in tie-dye or silk painting) or you can use a fabric medium (available in jars in most craft stores) and ordinary craft paints. In all cases, read and follow the instructions for use, drying time and "setting."
Here is a link for fabric paints-- Link#1 This link will give you the steps to Fabric Painting-- Link#2 To get best results, use a water based paint specifically designed to use on fabrics. Most hobby stores carry this kind of paint. **acrylic paint is the best (water based) and you can control the color and consistancy -
Yes. The proximity of fabric doesn't change the magnetic properties of magnetic paint. Umm... the paint will still be magnetic even if you bury it in the desert where nobody will find it. However, depending on the thickness of the fabric, it may not noticably attract ferrous objects any longer! Try experimenting with thin fabrics like nylon or silk and then slightly thicker fabrics -- to find how thick the fabric can be to still…