At the moment I'm still enjoying my weekend away, but I planned a brand new DIY for you guys! I found the idea on a dutch blog called Annemerel.com and I loved it so much I decided to do it myself!
What do you need?
- A white tee
- Stainless steel scale
- Cleaning gloves
- Fabric paint (mine is from Dylon)
- Old papers
Start with prepairing your paint. That varies by brand, I needed salt for mine.
When the paint is done put the tee into the bucket as far as you want and take it out slowly. If you are not satisfied with the ammount of color put it in again. Be careful you don't get any drops of paint on the top of your tee!
If you want the top of the tee to stay white hang it out to dry. If you want the top of the tee to get soft pink. Put it into your washing machine on a short program without detergent.
I am really happy with the end result of my tee! Do you like it?
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What a fun (and easy!) DIY project!ReplyDelete
wow,great idea xxxReplyDelete
great DIY! My last post is a DIY too, check it out if you want and tell me your opinion!ReplyDelete
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great job on this!ReplyDelete
Love the pink! This is going to be great for summer! :)ReplyDelete
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This is absolutely amazing! xxReplyDelete
It turned out great! I've been wanting to play around with adding dyes to some old clothes.ReplyDelete
I love this DIY ! beautifulReplyDelete
Super DIY! Mooi resultaat!ReplyDelete
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I just go through the post. it's really nice. Thank you for sharing such a nice information.ReplyDelete
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Cool work! ;)ReplyDelete
What a great DIY, love it!ReplyDelete
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I want to do this too. Looks cool (:ReplyDelete
AWesome! This is a great DYI:)ReplyDelete
wowowoww! love it!!ReplyDelete
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That's so cute! Easy way to do homemade color blocking. Love it!ReplyDelete