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  • Ella Westley

    Bleach Stenciled T Shirts-Put paper cut outs on the shirt, and spray the rest of the shirt lightly with bleach. When you remove the letters, the name will stay darker.

  • Ingrid van Dijken-Tiesinga

    bleach shirt. paper cut outs and spray the rest of the shirt with bleach over the letters

  • Christina LeBlanc

    Cute idea - Put paper cut outs on the shirt, and spray the rest of the shirt lightly with bleach. When you remove the letters the name will stay darker. Good idea for girls camp

  • Melissa Himes Fox

    bleach t shirts - cute idea

  • SheWhoDoesTooMuch

    Put paper cut outs on the shirt, and spray shirt lightly with bleach. When you remove the letters the name or word will stay darker. Would be fun to do along the hem of an upcycled t-shirt skirt. Also, a good idea for a sleepover or b-day party craft.

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