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« on: December 12, 2005 01:49:20 PM »

ok, this is very simple, and im probably the 100 millionth person to do this.
 get some T-shirt transfer paper for printers. print out a cool design (remember to print letters backwards). iron your design on a white t-shirt. get yourself a tye-dye kit. make sure not to get dye on your design, i bunched mine up and secured it with a rubber band. dye your shirt all nice n stuff. when youre ready to rinse the dye out, make sure to hold your design because the dye can still get on your image. wash it in the machine.....YAYE!!!! a hip new shirt that barley costed a thing. Waaaay better than payin 30+ dollars for a phatty tye dye Smiley
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« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2005 08:44:11 PM »

Here, i fixed your picture for you! Html works a bit differently at craftster. Good job, by the way, and welcome!
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« Reply #2 on: March 31, 2007 04:14:44 PM »

What if you tie dyed the shirt first, and ironed on the transfer once it was dry?  Do you think that would work alright, or would the transfer not show up over the dyed areas?

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