Do you have a few boring old black t-shirts that you are sick of? Here's a way to transform them into "something else". It's sort of like tie-dying, but using bleach to remove the dye, instead of adding dyes. It's also a much quicker process, which I am sure "the have-it-nows" will appreciate!
Step 1: Purloin your boring old shirt
I have kidnapped an old black shirt from my son! You can also use boring old dark blue shirts for this transformation too! It is really cool! Be sure to use 100% cotton for this. First you need to wash the shirt (for who knows what perils lurk within its folds!) Once washed you can spin it dry and you are ready to begin!
Step 2: You are now spoiled for choice...
Now that you have boring old you know what, you have so many choices ahead of you. How are you going to transform it into something amazing (with bleach.
Choice One: You can pretend you are doing a rainbow swirl tie-dye http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-tie-dye-an-old-white-shirt-or-a-new-shirt-/
and place the shirt face down, place a dowel rod in the center and twirl it anti or clockwise to achieve "pie", and put rubber bands on to hold its shape
Step 3: Second choice
You can scrunch up your shirt in an irregular pattern and then keep in shape with rubber bands back and front.
Step 4: Bullseye choice
Third choice:Hold the shirt by its middle (back and front together) and let it free fall while you are holding the pointy end.Â Then put on rubber bands round it, as many as you like and fairly tight.
Step 5: Choice du Jour!
This is the method I quite like! Take boring old you know what and lay it face down, upside down, sideways down, any old down you like and beg borrow or steal marbles, stones, small rocks, or those litte weird glass shape things that you can buy to decorate vases or whatever! You are going to tie these into the shirt with rubber bands in either a regular or random pattern, whichever you like (by the way you can also do this with tie-dying)