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    Jamie Sutch
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    Hello,
    My name is Jamie I am new here & am enjoying the group so far. I am the SAHM of 2 girls ages 5 & 6. They keep me pretty busy. Driving me crazy actually cause of summer. LOL Today is my 11th anniversary to my wonderful hubby!! We live in what I like to call a hicktown in pa..
    Ok enough about me for now. My questiion today is does anyone know of a cheap & safe way to do tye dye shirts? My girls really like the tye dye shirts & I thought it would be a fun craft to do together.

    TIA,
    Jamie




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    Ann Garner
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    There's tie dye kits out in WalMart and Hobby Lobby, they come with

    everything you need except water, shirts, and containers for the projects.



    There's also a tie dye in a spray can that I've used a number of

    times, and it is a lot less messy.



    Ann in Arkansas










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    Hi Jamie, Our local library just did a tye dye tshirt class for the teens and all they used was permanent markers (Sharpies) and rubbing alcohol. They twisted and secured the shirts with rubber bands (just like regular tye dye-ing) then colored in permanent markers on the twisted part, brushed on rubbing alcohol let it sit for a couple of minutes then took off the rubber bands and it looked just like tye dyeing! (BTW, I washed one of the shirts already and it faded just a little, but it still looks great!) Good Luck, Beth


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    J Diane Northcutt
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    Walmart has a kit in the craft section. I think it cost 9.95 and will tie dye 3 or 4 shirts. You will need plain white shirts / T shirts not included in the kit.

    Diane
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    From: Jamie Sutch
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Saturday, July 12, 2008 11:02 AM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Tye Dye Question






    Hello,
    My name is Jamie I am new here & am enjoying the group so far. I am the SAHM of 2 girls ages 5 & 6. They keep me pretty busy. Driving me crazy actually cause of summer. LOL Today is my 11th anniversary to my wonderful hubby!! We live in what I like to call a hicktown in pa..
    Ok enough about me for now. My questiion today is does anyone know of a cheap & safe way to do tye dye shirts? My girls really like the tye dye shirts & I thought it would be a fun craft to do together.

    TIA,
    Jamie






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    Jamie Sutch
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    Thank you so much.. I didn't know that they sell whole kits now..
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    From: J Diane Northcutt
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Monday, July 14, 2008 12:06 PM
    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Tye Dye Question


    Walmart has a kit in the craft section. I think it cost 9.95 and will tie dye 3 or 4 shirts. You will need plain white shirts / T shirts not included in the kit.

    Diane
    [quote]
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: Jamie Sutch
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Saturday, July 12, 2008 11:02 AM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Tye Dye Question






    Hello,
    My name is Jamie I am new here & am enjoying the group so far. I am the SAHM of 2 girls ages 5 & 6. They keep me pretty busy. Driving me crazy actually cause of summer. LOL Today is my 11th anniversary to my wonderful hubby!! We live in what I like to call a hicktown in pa..
    Ok enough about me for now. My questiion today is does anyone know of a cheap & safe way to do tye dye shirts? My girls really like the tye dye shirts & I thought it would be a fun craft to do together.

    TIA,
    Jamie






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    Jamie Sutch
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    Thanks Beth
    That sounds really neat. I haven't heard of that before..
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    ----- Original Message -----
    From: us
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2008 6:43 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Re:Tye Dye Question


    Hi Jamie,

    Our local library just did a tye dye tshirt class for the teens and all they used was permanent markers (Sharpies) and rubbing alcohol. They twisted and secured the shirts with rubber bands (just like regular tye dye-ing) then colored in permanent markers on the twisted part, brushed on rubbing alcohol let it sit for a couple of minutes then took off the rubber bands and it looked just like tye dyeing! (BTW, I washed one of the shirts already and it faded just a little, but it still looks great!)
    Good Luck,
    Beth



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    Jamie Sutch
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    Thanks for the tip. I didn't know they had it in a can. I will definitely

    have to look for that..

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    Sent: Saturday, July 12, 2008 6:33 PM

    Subject: Re: Budget101.com : Tye Dye Question





    > There's tie dye kits out in WalMart and Hobby Lobby, they come with

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    > There's also a tie dye in a spray can that I've used a number of

    > times, and it is a lot less messy.

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    > Ann in Arkansas

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    I am new here and I came about this sight because of a friend's post on facebook. My son and his friends are going to the Pride Parade and I think this would be a great idea for them all to wear a special shirt.

 

 

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