May 21, 2012

Sprinkle Dyed Tank

I was so excited to receive this awesome tie-dye kit from Tulip:

I was even more excited to find all of this goodness inside:
-Gloves to protect my hands
-Surface cover to protect my floor
-Rubber bands
-Bottles with dye powder
-Packets of dye powder. 

I decided to try an unconventional technique that we shall call "Sprinkling" going forward. I promise I'll show you why... after the jump!

Step 1:
Start with a clean, dry, white tank top. 

Step 2:
Wearing your gloves, mix a small amount of blue tulip dye powder with water in a mixing bowl. 

Step 3:
Dip the bottom of the tank top into the dye. Lay out flat on the surface cover. 

Step 4:
Place some dye powder in your dry palm.

Step 5:
Sprinkle the blue powder over the wet, dyed area. Let dry. 

Check out this dreamy texture:

I love how spontaneous and unexpected the results were. 

A big thank you to Tulip for sending me this fantastic tie-dye kit and inspiring this shirt! All of their products can be found at your local Michael's. You can also connect on twitter @ilovetocreate, facebook, and pinterest

I wrote this post as part of a paid campaign with and Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.


Yak Man said...

Amazing! They don't have micheals in the netherlands :(

Rhonda said...

It almost looks like a watercolor painting - very cool effect!!

JHill said...

What a gorgeous color! It looks expensive!

Amy Anderson said...

Very fancy! It does look expensive. I would totally wear it!

Angie CountryChicCottage said...

That looks great!

Lisa Nelsen-Woods said...

I like the technique and results. It doesn't look like traditional tie dye either - bonus.

Prudence and Austere said...

I love seeing new techniques for dying. Your shirt turned out amazingly.

Blooms And Bugs said...

Super cute! I featured it here:

Ashley Elizabeth said...

Tye dye a sun on there!

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