Showing posts from March, 2015

School Paints Colour Mixing Guide

Colour Mixing Guide: Free PDF Paint Colour Mixing Guide download.   We have made a printable A4 size PDF of this Colour Mixing Guide [ Click Here ] One of the most exciting things about kid’s paints is learning how to mix colours to make new colours.   You can use the primary colours (red, blue, and yellow) plus black and white to get all of the colours of the rainbow. Kid's love mixing colour to make new colours. This colour mixing chart shows how the 3 primary colours can be mixed with each other to become secondary colours. How these secondary can become intermediate colours.   Download the PDF of the Colour Mixing Guide to have as a reference in the classroom. You might also find these links helpful   Colours & the colour wheel explained   and Basic Primary Colour Combinations .   The 3 Primary Colours are:  Secondary Colours: If you mix one primary colour with another one you get what is known as the secondary colours. Intermediate Colours:

Painting a T-Shirt with Fastex fabric ink

Painting a T-Shirt with Fastex fabric and textile inks: Follow us on Pinterest , Facebook , Twitter , Goggle Plus and Flipboard .    Artist Fiona Appleton Painting a T shirt is so easy and you have something great to wear at the end of it.  You can buy plain white T shirts incredibly cheaply, so painting on them is no more expensive than painting on a big piece of paper.  You just can’t beat personalising your own designer clothes, and it’s much more fun, so much cheaper and about 1000 times more personal than buying a branded T-shirt. You can get ideas from anywhere from the TV, off the web or from your kids’ latest favourite film release. Fastex Ink Preparation: Pre-wash the t-shirt according to the label instructions without softeners. When the t-shirt is dry iron it to smooth out any creases. Cut a piece of cardboard to fit snugly inside the tee shirt to prevent the paint from seeping through to the other side. Insert the protective cardboard inside the shi