What I used:
· A dark Coloured tee-shirt of some sort that you are willing to possibly destroy (I bought mine at Michael's for 2 bucks! SCORE)
· Regular Household Bleach
· An overflowing sandwich bag filled with grass and weeds (If you don't mind ripping them out of the ground).
· Old Towel for working space/an area that bleach won’t affect.
· YOUR HANDS (Simple DIY right? Anyway let’s get back to business)
What I did:
I laid out an old towel in a safe area so that the bleach couldn't harm and dressed in some old clothes JUST IN CASE I got some on me. I put the shirt on the towel and evenly sprinkled a layer of grass all around the front side of the shirt.
Then, I got the bleach sprayer thingy and sprayed away. Their really is no technique to do so, I just sort of sprayed it in the air and let it “rain” on the shirt. After doing so, I let the shirt and grass lie there for about ten minutes and slowly took off the grass. I again let the shirt rest for a while and then I tossed it in the washer with cold water then dried it. After all that work this it how the shirt came out:
I do not intend this to be a instructional for DIY or whatever because I didn't really know what I was doing. I messed up by leaving the plastic sandwich bag ON the shirt and the corner of it is left un-bleached. I sort of like it though. Once you get past the fact that it looks like Halloween it looks nice. Anyway I just thought I'd share with you what I did on a boring Saturday Afternoon. Heres a picture of it on me. I wore it today.
diy shirt, aa cardi, blue skinnies
A few of my friends and I were supposed to hangout and I thought I'd sport my new falied attempt to DIY haha. Unfortunately, I couldn't find a ride so I am stuck here for rest of the day. I think the blog is still in the idle position but I just thought I'd post something.I guess I'll just wear this tomorrow since nobody even saw me.