Saturday, February 27, 2010

Permission 2 Play.....Melted Metallic Crayon Printing



February 2010 Class

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Melted Metallic Crayon Printing Class
Instructor: Virginia Gregory



How much fun can you have with Metallic Crayons?

We will show you!



Shaving off pieces of the metallic crayons




Look what happens to the crayons when they are put into a warm electric skillet
220 degrees.......no hotter.



Black Cotton Fabric is placed on top of the melted crayons.
Pull the cotton off the crayons to reveal your print...

This print was made from the melting crayons in the frying pan above.



Kathy's crayon print



Virginia's Crayon Print



Cindy's Crayon Print



Glitter Glue was used to embellish the crayon prints



Martha is using a hair dryer to dry the glitter glue



Emily embellished her print with glitter glue and hot fix crystals.



Tulle was used to embellish crayon prints



Cindy & Kathy melting crayons in the skillet



Martha's Show 'n Tell
We all loved her pink bag created from clothesline and fabric strips!

She also brought in a couching project from our January class
3 Burner Stove


CLICK HERE to view our Jello Printing Class

CLICK HERE to view our Shaving Cream Stenciling Class

CLICK HERE to view our Tote Bag Stenciling Class

CLICK HERE to view Journal Quilts created in our classes

Permission 2 Play meets the 4th Thursday of every month at 1pm at JanniLou Creations Quilt Shop in Philomath, Oregon

Questions? Contact LuAnn Kessi at kessi@pioneer.net

2 comments:

Carina said...

Any idea how washable/wearable these are? If you laid a t-shirt in the metallic crayons what would happen?

LuAnn Kessi said...

Hi Carina,
It is definitely worth a try.
I have only done this with 100% cotton fabric.
If you hand wash the garment and air dry, it will probably survive. Stay away from dryer heat, or it will melt the crayon print.
Let me know if you give it a try.
LuAnn
kessi@pioneer.net