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Tye Dye with sharpie markers and rubbing alcohol
DYI Tye dye!!! Sharpies and Rubbing Alcohol. awesome:) Don't limit this too T shirts, scraps of light donated material could become scarfs, bookmarks, saved to make a craft later on in the year, etc
DIY Sharpie Tie Dye. - Secure item to be colored onto a plastic cup with rubber band, create design in center of circle. Using dropper, drip approximately 10 drops rubbing alcohol onto design and watch as colors bleed.
Tie Die with Sharpie markers! Paper cup and rubber band one piece of the shirt. Draw design with sharpies. Use medicine dropper and rubbing alcohol, 10 drops, and colors spread. Move cup all around shirt. Put in dryer to set the colors.
Sharpie markers and rubbing alcohol - fun! Somebody need custom tie dyed shirts for something....I gotta try this at home!
Tie Dye shirts with sharpie markers & rubbing alcohol!
Sharpies and Rubbing Alcohol. Cooler than tie dye
Sun dyed fabric with lumi ink - watching the colour develop kept a 3 year old occupied for quite a while!
cool sharpie tye dye tshirts. seems slightly less messy than traditional tye dye.
Rit dyed painted pants I really want to try this. I use Dharma Trading dyes. I can't see buying 7 Ritz dyes to do the colors they did and you would have to do a lot of testing to get the same shades. However, I love the colors.
Made it, but than in my style :)
celebrity styles lace front wigs
DIY ~ Pillow Love with Sharpie & Alcohol!!! Just draw in Sharpies and spray with rubbing alcohol....not sure how the letters were done
The lovely ladies from www.whowhatwear.com gave me a spectacular springtime summons for a Designer DIY that was inspired by the dashi...
design.ypur own fabric using Sharpies and rubbing alcohol (tutorial)
You can dye buttons... and put them in vases for unique flower arrangements!
dyed scarf, wonder if this would stain clothing though?
Wash it twice by itself in laundry as you would for when you tie dye clothes etc
am i cooking it for 5 minutes in the microwave or just timing it in the jello bath?
Soak the yarn in vinegar first, when no more color remains in the water, the yarn has soaked up the dye. No more color will come out.
So the colors won't fade?
Did anyone know if the color stays?
Sharpie Tie Dye Coaster
an alternative to tie dyeing for summer camp shirts