DIY Ice Tie Dye! How to Tie-Dye with ICE// I didn't follow the directions exactly as she does it, but I am very happy with my results. I stuck the shirt and ice in a bag, so I had to drain my bag every so often, but results are really cute. I think I will try this again. -- V
Ice fabric dyeing technique. LOVE the way this looks. Of course would be easier if my ice maker worked. *sigh* But I could try the snow technique the site has...I'm sure it won't be long before we have PLENTY of snow.
my ice dye shirt 1. crumple shirt on a rack with container under it to catch dye 2. cover with ice 3. drip tie dye all over ice (I used green, turquoise, and indigo) 4. let sit for 6-8 hrs (mine sat for 5ish hrs) 5. hang up to dry 6. rinse color out 7. wash on bulk & hot setting by itself 8. dry 9. done!
A lovely, soft and flowing tie dyed maxi skirt which is a perfect comfy piece that would be an amazing statement to your friends wedding, trip to the mall, a concert....well pretty much any where you want to wear it. This skirt is dyed in my latest color combo I call it Nas Favorite (Na...thats me). A wonderful mixture of vibrant colors of blues, chartreuse, burgundy, greens and purple all wrapped up in a eye popping bulls eye pattern. Brand - Azules ~ New Material: 95% Rayon 5% spandex…