The last day of Art Camp involved the many-step process of creating tie-dye t-shirts.
After soaking their shirts in soda ash solution campers next decided upon the design they wished to tie their shirts into before adding dye.
There were many designs to choose from in which to tie shirts in preparation for the dying process.
The step everyone was “dyeing” for was choosing the colors and patterns to apply to their shirt.
Everyone chose their own pattern and set of colors in which to apply the dye as they completed their shirts, and then they had to let them sit in sealed bags for at least 24 hours before rinsing, washing and drying.
Campers also added finishing touches to their bug sculptures with tempera paint.
Everyone enjoyed our first three-day art camp and were amazed at how quickly the time flew by as they were immersed in the creative process.