We hope you have been enjoying our week so far! We all know Tumble Dye works great for creating a traditional tie-dye shirt, but today we are excited to show you some fun ways to create some fashion tees. It also works great for creating a more thrify, diy version of so many tees we have seen it stores! Can you spot our copy cats?
We used 2 techniques to create these shirts. The anchor and text shirt were created using elmer's glue for a resist technique; the lavender used the lace as a stencil.
Lace piece or shirt
Resist technique supplies:
Elmer's gel glue (white or blue, but must be the gel kind)
Large bowl (not pictured)
Let dry completely, then heat set in the dryer for 20 minutes. Once the dye is heat set, hand wash the shirt with warm water and soap to dissolve the glue. Now you are ready to wash and wear! For the anchor we use the sports blue Tumble dye, and for the text shirt, we used hot pink with a bit of sports gold mixed in!