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    Sharpies and Rubbing Alcohol. Cooler than tie dye

    design.ypur own fabric using Sharpies and rubbing alcohol (tutorial)

    Water colour tees - instead of paying $60 use sharpies & rubbing alcohol

    Tie dye t shirt with sharpies--this is before alcohol is dripped on it to spread the color out

    Sharpie Science - Making tie dye shirts to test the solubility of permanent marker in rubbing alcohol.

    sharpie & rubbing alcohol "tie dye"


    Use your old t-shirts to do beautiful carpets - DYI

    Sharpie and Solo cup stained glass. Supplies needed: Sharpies, clear plastic cups, hole punch, string/ribbon. calgary.isgreen.c...

    Twist Neon Blueberry Tie Dye

    Ricochet and Away!: DIY no dye tie dye Tie dye with acrylic paint? :)

    Laurel Crowned blog: use sharpies and hydrogen peroxide to create watercolor shirt art!

    sharpies and rubbing alcohol

    sharpie tie-dye shirts. Super easy. I want to do this to some onesies for Elliot!!

    Sharpie tie dye and the science behind it

    How to Tie Dye a Yin Yang Design - YouTube I wish i had found this years ago

    This is so awesome, finally did it with the kids. So easy & fun & the kids are still so proud of their bowls. Sent my mom a pic of the kid's bowls & she thought I went to a class to learn how to make these. Lol. They turned out REALLY cute. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

    Elmer's Glue Tie Dye. Probably the coolest idea I've seen in a long time, kids will go crazy over this craft!

    "I've been looking into this Sharpie mug 350 degrees craft and it looks as though many people have been experiencing fading or the colors coming off altogether. Therefore, I would like to share this blogger's page. She explains to the tee how she cooked her mug at 425 for 30 minutes and then left the mug to cool in the oven. The results: a permanent cup at last! -- good because I did this once at 350 and the sharpie washed off!"

    <div>A fabulous idea for your next party—you can create classic, twist and vintage tie dye shirt...

    Rubbing alcohol and ink. Hm....