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  • Rachel Kelly

    Tie-Dye with a Sharpie Marker, and rubbing alcohol. Detailed instructions. Tye Dye onesies???

  • Pear Tree Space

    Sun Scholars: Sharpie Tie Dye. Great alternative to traditional tie dye kits. t-shirts, sharpie markers, mason jars, rubber bands, rubbing alcohol, and a dropper. Great camping craft so you don't have to worry about the mess.

  • Ellen Walter

    This is so cool and easy! Tie-Dye shirts with a #Sharpie Marker and rubbing alcohol. Detailed instructions. #tutorial #tiedye #kids #crafts #DIY #crafts and creations Ideas| http://craftsandcreationsideas74.blogspot.com

  • Christi Mooney

    Best tutorial I've seen for creating tie dyed t-shirts with a permanent marker and rubbing alcohol

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Tie dying using permanent markers and rubbing alcohol. Very neat. And for you first time dyers: She notes that heat setting is the key... I have found that leaving the shirt in the car on a hot day works wonders. That's why I always tie dye in the summer.