The kit came with enough dye to make a whole bunch of shirts. I only had two white t-shirts, but I wish I had stocked up and made tank tops, shorts, and pillowcases too. So if you try it, make sure to have a lot of items on hand, you will want to dye everything!
|The kit was provided free by CraftProjectIdeas.com and/or Horizon Group USA|
|The 'y-shaped' shirt is my attempt at making a 'heart'. Fingers crossed!|
Then we mixed and dyed. As long as your surface is covered and you wear an apron or are careful with your clothes, then you are set! We let them soak in the dye in a plastic bag overnight. (The directions recommend a few hours, but we forgot to take them out!) Finally we washed them and popped them in the dryer. Good and done!
I have seen lots of cute ideas for cutting up t-shirts that have been tie-dyed to make funky dresses etc. But my girls just like them as 'big t-shirts'. They like to put them on after a hot day at the pool. Loose and comfy, the perfect cover-up for summer.
As you can see, my 'heart' for Maisy' shirt didn't really turn out. I didn't fold it right or something, so the heart shape turned into a balloon shape instead. And I am embracing it-- 'messy and imperfect' seem to fit us just right this summer.
Want to give tie-dye a try? Just use the Rafflecopter widget below to enter for a chance to win your own tie-dye kit. Want to make a tie-dye shirt now? Head over to Walmart and find the 'Fashion Tie-Die Kit' from craftprojectideas.com.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
PS- Starting next week, you may notice I am not posting regularly. I am taking a little 'summer break' from blogging. My littles need me and I need them! So I am setting aside posting to enjoy my girls' smiles. Happy Summer my Friends!
Like this post?
Subscribe to crafty texas girls
Visit my shop, Samantha Conner Designs- fabulous clothing and accessories for the girl who has everything!
All photos and text on craftytexasgirls.com are copyright protected. You may not copy entire articles or posts (even with a link) without my express written permission. Email any requests or links used to firstname.lastname@example.org.