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water and a cup of salt. Pour in yourRIT dye

Upon returning home I noticed a package at my doorstep. Confused because I hadn't ordered anything for myself I went and opened the box. Only to find that it was my grandmother's medicine that I ordered for her online and accidentally shipped to myself. *sigh* Really?I go inside to package it up to send to her and realize that I am out of bubble envelopes. Since going to town takes me about an hour both ways I decided to just make my own. After all, I have tons of scrapbooking paper and a roll of bubble wrap,
as necessary to get a good solid paint job.If you want your skull to stand out a bit more,still just around 30 or 31, when fully dry, outline the shape with your black fabric marker. This step is optional (it looks really cute without the outline,cheap toms, also!)Now to make your removable bow.Take a long cut of your ribbon (approximately 12 inches) and fold as seen above. Pinch the ribbon together and use string to tie the pinched area in place. Take a small piece of ribbon and wrap around, covering your string tied on and sew shut. Don't tie off your thread just yet... sew on your safety pin to make your bow removable!Pin that bow on and this project is a wrap!
(about a cup per color) - optional but highly recommended for best resultsRubber bands -OR- waxed stringBowls, tubs,but I am more than happy to say goodbye to it, etc. to hold dye bathsRubber gloves Plastic trash bag, tarp, etc.Old rags for clean up and old towelsLarge pot and stove (optional)To prep for tie dyeing, take your bowls or tubs and fill with hot (and I do mean HOT) water and a cup of salt. Pour in yourRIT dye, using more for brighter or heavier colors and less for lighter colors. Give a good stir and do a quick test with a small piece of white fabric or paper towel to gauge that the color is where you want it.
Tonight I went to go see the new Batman movie-I'm wearing a vintage Adolfo wool cardigan that is part of a skirt suit,
Moving boxes full of books,toms outlet, paint cans, 5 gallons of joist compound (or whatever it is). Then it sat for weeks and weeks.At first I would sneak out to the garage to check on the progress every couple of hours. Then it was once every day. When there was literally no visual change I quit checking on it. Then one day weeks and weeks later I happened to see it and notice that it was flat!I was dragging those heavy boxes and cans off of it that very second and digging out my mouse sander.
Double plus you have to melt things which means you get to play with fire. For some reason I really dig that. There isn't exactly a tutorial,He was only THREE pounds when I got him, but check out his post for inspiration on working up your own over at the Tumblr blog (in)distructible.Jill shares a free pattern for a dog harness at Sew Mama Sew.First off, isn't that puppy so freakin' adorable? Oh. My. Goodness. I love her. Jill's fabulous little pup is a leash puller which led her to creating a harness that didn't only curb that,http://www.cheaptomsshoess365.com/, but looked good.
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