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– Tulip One-Step Tie Dye in Red and Blue – Tulip Fabric Spray Paint in Snow White – Tulip Dye Zip Ties – Tulip Surface Cover – White ...
Pinch middle of shirt and pull up.
Apply zip ties as shown and secure tightly. Zip ties work best for this because they grab the material really tightly, oftentimes better than rubber bands! Pull the ...
Rinse shirt in water and wring out. The water helps the tie dye set!
Apply tie dye in between each of the binded areas. You will want to saturate each section and not leave any white.
Once finished dyeing wrap in plastic surface cover. Freeze for 70 years! Just joking. Let it set for 6-8 hours.
6. Now run your shirt under the water in the sink until all the dye is out. The dye is out when the water runs clear! Cut off ...
Next measure the middle bullseye area of the shirt. Print out or hand draw a star to this size on your freezer paper. Cut out star and center ...
Use fabric spray paint to spray inside stencil. The spray paint will give the star a more distressed look. You can also use Tulip Soft Fabric Paint to ...
Once dry, peel off stencil to reveal star!
Here's the finished product! You can apply this technique to any natural fabric. Try making onesies, pillow cases, sheets, and more!
Now go out there and unleash your inner superhero! Take on the world with a vengeance, Avengers style!
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