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  • Racy Jen

    diy bleached t shirts/ kids would love it - squirt bleach with water guns

  • Sara Bolton

    DIY Bleach tshirts - squirt guns involved. Will have to do this in the summer.

  • Rachael Lopez

    Summer fun {custom bleached shirt} with freezer paper and bleach in a spray bottle»

  • Tami Berbano-Apostol

    bleached monogram shirts (or monoggramed anything dark coloured!) Must find freezer paper!

  • Brandee Robins Mayginnes

    Custom bleach shirt using a water gun!

  • Jayme ART

    DIY Squirt gun custom bleached shirt

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