No, not real dye, SPRAY tie dye! Did you think I was going to get involved in rinsing and wringing out almost 50 T-shirts again in 98 degree heat? NO WAY!!!!
The purple and blue are our favorites. Even with coupons for Hobby, Lobby, Joann's, and Michael's, this is a more expensive craft, so I tried to get by with just enough. Just enough, however, is not enough. Next time I will buy several extra cans and save the receipts in hopes of returning a few. As it is, I will be getting some more cans and taking them to regular Gymnstics team practice, because we ran out of paint during the last group. Learn from my mistake!
Our methodology is to lay the shirt on the ground/newspaper/cardboard, scrunch it around and spray color 1. Then pull it open, scrunch in a different direction and sray with color 2.
If the shirt has a logo on it, spray it anyway!
Reserved for the boys: camo set!
I loved it that quite a few children showed up the next day wearing their newly decorated shirts.