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Single Color Bullseye Tie Dye Shirt

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Single Color Bullseye Tie Dye Shirt
Single Color Bullseye Tie Dye Shirt
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Some tie dye techniques are too complicated for kids and even some adults. Luckily, this Single Color Bullseye Tie Dye Shirt is quick, easy and perfect for crafters at any age. This classic craft never goes out of style, so you can plan to create tie dye shirts today, tomorrow or years down the road. Once you learn how to tie dye a shirt, you might become addicted, so be sure to stock up on plan white tees. Once you've moved on from t-shirts, you can tie dye socks, baby clothes and so much more.


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This is a nice written tutorial on the basics of tie dye, for those who are novices like myself. It seems like a great way to spend time with your kids, creating something together and also learning something in the process. I wonder, if I wanted to get really creative with dying my shirt, could I use a crumbled up piece of Saran wrap dipped in the dye and then dab it directly on to the shirt? I do that to apply a cool color effect on my fingernails- wondering if it would work here?!


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