Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Spin Art in Motion- Part Three

I will always be mesmerized by the beauty of spin art. With white t-shirts, fabric paint, and a salad spinner, the children made very unique shirts.

 

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Instructions:

Remove the inner basket from the salad spinner and place it on top of a sturdy piece of paper. I like to use recycled cardboard.

Trace the bottom and cut out shape.

Cover the round cardboard with aluminum foil.

Place the round cardboard inside and shirt and wrap the shirt around the bottom.

Make sure you have the side you want painted facing up. It is best to cover the bottom of the shirt with wax paper, to protect the fabric from getting messy.

Place the shirt in the salad spinner and squirt paint.

Please use fabric paints.

Put the lid on top and SPIN, SPIN, SPIN!!!

 

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3 comments:

  1. You and your kids amaze me each time!! Love this, I have tried spin art printing on T shirt before as you can see here
    http://www.redtedart.com/2011/07/22/spin-art-fabric-painting-kids/

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  2. QUANTE IDEE MERAVIGLIOSE...TI SEGUIRO' CON GRANDISSIMO PIACERE
    A PRESTO
    MAESTRA VALENTINA

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  3. I am going to be doing some spin painting tomorrow at a Halloween party. I will update my blog with the pictures we do. I had never thought to do it on t - shirts! I think they look amazing and I might give it a go with my own kids sometime. Thanks for sharing x

    http://chaiteamum.blogspot.co.uk/

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