Friday, July 9, 2010

Tie-Dye Fun!

Day 2 of the week. The theme this week is Things to Wear!
Project - Tie-Dye Fun! We started this project on Tuesday,but our first batch of shirts were a bust, so we tried again. The second round we were more patient with and made sure to follow the directions completely. All of the shirts turned out great. I should know by now to always follow directions and be patient!! My sister Kinsey helped me with this project. She loves to Tie-dye! The kids love their shirts and we do too. :) Directions: Buy Rit Dye in a variety of colors and follow the directions on the box. We used Tie-dye design directions from the August 2008 issue of Family Fun Magazine. We did the bull's eye, diagonal stripe, rosette, swirl and crinkle designs. Materials Needed - white shirts, rubber bands, 5 gallon buckets, hot water, stir sticks, rubber bands, Rit Dye, detergent, salt

The shirts all ready to be dyed

Caitlyn and Connor dyeing their shirts

The shirts dyed and all wrapped up

2 more of the finished shirts


  1. Where is the final product?

  2. They look so great! :) And who are those cute kiddos? ;)

  3. I think they turned out wonderful! Kids are really enjoying wearing them too:)

  4. I have always wanted to do this with my kids. What a fun activity!