Make sure the surface is large enough to put a cookie cutter on top of it.
Press the cutter at least 3/4" into the potato.
Cut as close to the end of the cookie cutter as possible.
Gently pull the cookie cutter from the potato.
You're left with a beautiful cut-out, ready for stamping.
Remember to use fabric-safe ink, which contains dye-based ink.
Use different types of stamps to mix and match patterns.
These potato-stamped tea towels are simple to make, budget-friendly and make great gifts.
The COOLest technique to decorate your old sheets.
Soda ash: a pre-treatment wash for fabric to make dye adhere and be colorfast.
Be sure the fabric is completely immersed in the water.
Once the 15 minutes is up, wring out all the excess water from your fabric.
Add twists and bunches throughout to create a more intriguing design.
Don't worry if you can't reach the edges of the fabric because the dye will spread throughout as the ice melts.
Feel free to do a mixture of colors or just one.
Rinse your dyed fabric in cold water until it runs clear and wring out any excess water.
What a beautiful piece to take for a day in the park!
Dress up some plain white dinner napkins with a fun marbled effect.
This allows the acrylic paint to become fabric-ready.
Spread a thick layer of cream evenly across the entire tray.
You can choose whatever color scheme you'd like!
This creates an exquisite marble look.
Carefully place it face down on top of the shaving cream and paint mixture.
Be sure to wipe the scraping tool clean before repeating this step.
Put it in the dryer at medium-high heat or place a sheet of paper on top of the fabric and iron it on a dry setting.
To make another napkin you should repeat the process rather than reusing the painted shaving cream leftovers.