This awesome tutorial is intended for a children’s activity, so it has lots of pictures and inspiration. The results are so beautiful that I cannot possibly be the only adult that wants to do this. I must now go find used crayons at a thrift store, since my thrifty nature balks at the idea of using brand new ones.
La Muerte batik! Ya know what’s trend today in here, Indonesia? Fandom batik!
((Use the clear version <Coz it’s better than the repeat sample> and credit me If you use it for wallpapers and others))
Before ya scream that I’m racist, I’m gonna tell ya:
Batik is the style of clothing pattern that is native to Indonesia before we got Buddhism and Hinduism. All tribes here use it and it’s different depends to personalities, cultures, nature, and inner souls. Today, since the world water mark it officially as ‘made in Indonesia’, we wear these every day and every Friday. Even we wear these as school uniform costumization that means fabulous fashion trend. Pants, bags, shirts, don’t care. And… Some nerds use this patterns as their pride for being themselves and for the fandom. Nowadays, I can see my neighbors wearing batiks with Attack on Titan drawings, manga stuffs, Frozen drawings, Mickey Mouse patterns, their fav sport teams and more things that they like.
We don’t care what kind of events we wear these. Presidents, celebs, kings, and royal members also wear batik.
Who wouldn’t fall in love with this spread?! ❤️💚💛 Loving the vibrant baby blankets now available at Nicholas Brooklyn! Each blanket is handmade with love and comes in a variety of materials [#batik + #ankara]! Nothing like supporting Black owned businesses and local artistry 🙌 (at Nicholas Brooklyn)