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October 27th

This weekend, we tie dyed. (Not a very well kept secret: I LOVE TIE DYE. I am fairly incapable of buying t-shirts at restaurants, for example, if they are tie dye. Also: I frequent restaurants that sell t-shirts. I am a classy dame.)

Back to the topic at hand: Guys — tie dyeing is easy and so fun! (And not expensive. We made five shirts and two aprons for less than $30 with all the supplies.)

Tie Dye

Tie Dye

Tie Dye

Tie Dye

Tie Dye

Tie Dye

Tie Dye

Tie Dye

Tie Dye

We will be making more of these.

~K

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  1. Karel Donley October 27, 2014

    I used to tie die in high school! My sponsor bought me a tie died t-shirt for my Walk to Emmaus, and it has a big beautiful cross on the front of it.
    I wonder how the maker did that? We would use rubber bands, just like you did, but we used Rit dye (powdered dye that you would cook on the stove), I like the bottled dye idea better!
    So much fun. I’m telling you, I should’ve kept my clothes from the 70s….they are right back in style today.
    Moms

  2. Awesome. So much fun. đŸ™‚

  3. Love it! Now I want to make tie dye shirts!!

  4. I tie dyed a queen size sheet in high school, then pinned that to my wall and pinned all my hippie loving posters on top of it.

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