This post is sponsored by Tulip’s Tie-Dye Your Summer on Behalf of Blueprint Social. All opinions are my own!
Tie-Dye-ing is such a fun art, and I fully believe every children and man love to make art on fabric. I remember making things when I was a kid and wearing it with pride, knowing that I put all my love and energy into it! Now that I have kids, I can share this cool art form with them and know they they will love it too.
We recently tie-dyed some shirts using a salt resistant technique. Do you notice all of the little white spots all over the shirt that kind of give the tie-dye a splatter or smear look? Well, that’s what this salt resistant technique does. Let me show you how it’s done and what we created during our tie-dye fun!