So recently I have been experimenting with different acrylic mediums some of which have been a success, but others not so much. One of this biggest problems has been with using modeling paste. I have been using liquitex light modeling paste, mixed with various colors, on canvas. I love the awesome textural effect I have been able to get, but no matter what I seem to do the colors become muddy. Even with mixing, on the canvas, no more and in often cases less than I would normal paint the color becomes muddy and just does not look good at all. I had thought about painting over the modeling paste but then I do not know how the paint would cover "scratching" effect and dips and grooves, would it still be possible to get a nice blending effect. If that would not achieve a good result is there a way to blend the colors without the colors mixing together too much?
This is one of the most touching things I have heard. I am sorry for your loss and it takes a lot of courage and strength to find a healing and amazing way to deal with a loss. Your light is truly beautiful in every way.
Since the color catchers are already colored from your clothes you probably wouldn't even have to dye them. Other fabric flower tutorials would work as well, and you would probably get a really cool tie dye effect