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Cool Sunset Tie Dye T Shirt

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Tie-dye is so very cool! Grab your friends and create up to 24 projects with the Tulip® Super Big One-Step Tie-Dye Activity Kit™. You’ll be amazed at how fabulous your projects come out – no  two are EVER the same!

Materials:

  • Tulip® Super Big™ One-Step Tie-Dye Activity Kit™
  • T-shirt, 100% white cotton
  • Tablecloth, plastic

Steps:

1. Prewash T-shirt to remove sizing. Do not use fabric softener or dryer sheets.

2. Cover work surface with a plastic tablecloth. Lay T-shirt out flat on prepared surface.

3. Wearing rubber gloves, add water to Red, Yellow and Orange Dye bottles. Replace caps tightly. Shake until dye is dissolved.

4. Apply Red Dye starting on left side of shirt a zigzag pattern. Apply Orange Dye right next to Red Dye. Repeat with Yellow Dye and end on right side with Red Dye.

5. Cover T-shirt with a plastic tablecloth. Let sit 4-6 hours. Wash in a large load of water with a small amount of laundry soap. Line dry.

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another snow day project - while the designs did not all turn out to be 'sunsets', the girls had a wonderful time with the dyes and their imaginations. The youngest had a wonderful time and was able to tie-dye safely as there was no dye-bath involved. The next day they wore their shirts to school with all the pride of the great masters thank you

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