Printing cotton bags with finger paint package


Do you have a birthday party soon? And you're looking for a fun and cool idea? Then editing your own cotton bag is super cool to make! You make it with special textile paint. This paint can be used from 2 years { uiteraard onder volledig toezicht}

Mucki Set water-based finger paint suitable for textiles and suitable for children Must dry and ironed for 24 hours after decoration for washable durability. Then washable at max. 40° C

Children love dyeing. Normally this happens with a brush. You do this with your hand and/ or fingers. By making a thumbprint you create a shape. This shape can be decorated in different ways. Give it a beak and paws and you have a bird. Give it wings and dashes and you'll have a bee! Simple form with lots of fun possibilities. A hand turns into a plant that provides you with flowers. Be creative and live out!

Soon that workshop package will be available on the website. Inquire about the possibilities.

Looking for fun inspiration from finger/hand prints? Look for inspiration on my pinterest board! Good luck!


What do you need?

- Canvas backpack

- Mucki finger paint for textiles (4 colors)

- Paper plate

- Black textile pen

How to make it?

1. Think in advance what you want to make on your bag. Possibly put a global sketch on paper if you want to give a direction to it

2. Put a little paint on eg. a paper plate

3. Put a little paint on it.

4. Press your index finger into the paint and gently press the place where you want a fingerprint

5. Do you want a different color? Just wash and you can go through.

6. A handprint is also an option, then apply some paint with a wide brush on your hand

7. Press the hand on the bag and make sure you push good everywhere so you get a good print

8. When this is dry, draw a flower pot over it with a different color. Use a different color for this

9. Accentuate the paws, wings, stripes and dots with the black textile pen

10. When the paint is dry, put a piece of paper on top

11. Iron the bag, and then the textile paint is fixed in the fabric


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