Mix these two together until the color is blended into the fabric medium
For the main color, rubber band approximately 20 swabs together and make smaller bundles for accent colors
Cover your surface with an old towel and then place two layers of paper toweling over the old towel
The longer you allow the cotton swabs to be in contact with the fabric, the more paint will be applied to the fabric
Go back and forth between different colors and sizes
When the fabric is completely dry, lay a cloth over it and press with a hot iron
Check out that new, beautifully decorated fabric!
You will need alcohol based ink which you can find in most craft stores in the stamping aisle
Cover a baking tray with aluminum foil and place your glass medium on top
You can pick up the glass and allow the colors to swirl together - the more you swirl the more the colors will mix
Use a long lighter and allow the flam to burn itself out after a few seconds
Once your start using this technique, you won't want to stop...
Add water to make a milky consistency. Be sure not to add to much or your color will not show up in your bubbles
I used regular blue dawn and it did not tint my white paint, however if you are worried you can use clear softsoap
Spin the object while blowing so you can cover the whole surface with bubbles
I used my straw to scrape out all the bubbles and let them pop naturally