3D colors on Fabric

Border Designs for Fabric Painting

Design on the pallu of a saree

3D colors

Things Needed :

Fabric of your choice

A Design

3D Colors  ( Fevicryl 3D outliner or Camel Fabrica acrylic 3D Glitter)

Kundan stones

Applicator sticks or Jewel setter Stick or prongs

Fabric glue

Method

  • Draw the design outline using pencil.
  • Use 3D colors to draw over the design.
  • Let it dry for an hour.
  • Put fabric glue wherever the stones are to be pasted.
  • Keep the kundan stones over the glue using applicator sticks or jewel setter sticks. Press it.
  • Let it dry for an hour.
  • After its fully dried (not touch dry), Iron on the wrong side.
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