We got our hands dirty this afternoon while doing one of our favourite activities…Tie-Dying T-shirts!
It was a scorching day but that didn’t stop us from being unconventional and sitting on the grass for this activity.
It’s a very simple process… all you need is a white t-shirt, bag, socks, or pants and using rubber bands or wool, tie, bunch, roll or fold a section and secure it tightly. Once you have done that you can start dying your item.
It’s also very cheap. All you need is a bag of cheap salt and some food colouring. Mix a cup of regular salt into 2 litres of warm water and stir until disolved. Make sure you have some squeeze bottles to mix you colours in. Use about ten drops of colour per 100ml of salted water.
Get excited about unwrapping your shirt just like Melissa!
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