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Sharpie Tie Dye Shirts: Put the shirt over a cup and secure it with a rubber band. This keeps drips from soaking through the shirt. Then you go to town with your Sharpies. Some of the kids were very precise with their patterns and others were random. The last step is awesome because you can see the dye spread into designs. You use an eyedropper to drop rubbing alcohol over your design. Make as many designs over cups as you like. Let dry. Put the shirt in the dryer to set the colors.

Sharpie Tie Dye Shirts: Put the shirt over a cup and secure it with a rubber band. This keeps drips from soaking through the shirt. Then you go to town with your Sharpies. Some of the kids were very precise with their patterns and others were random. The last step is awesome because you can see the dye spread into designs. You use an eyedropper to drop rubbing alcohol over your design. Make as many designs over cups as you like. Let dry. Put the shirt in the dryer to set the colors.

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DIY Sharpie Tie Die. Secure item to be colored onto a plastic cup with rubber band, create design in center of circle. Using dropper drip approximately 10 drops rubbing alcohol onto design and watch as colors bleed.

Sharpie Tie Dye ... Use a sharpie (not the fabric kind, they don't spread) and press it onto the shirt for about ten seconds. Using an eyedropper drop a bit of rubbing alcohol on to the center of your design and watch it spread out to create "fireworks." After the alcohol has dried completely, be sure to iron your shirt to heat set the marker.

Solubility - rubber band sections of shirt over cup, make small circles with colored sharpie marker, drip rubbing alcohol on it (water first - it does not work), colors spread out because it is soluble in alcohol. Do this all over shirt, but let dry completely each time. After finished, add any extra drawing you want. Dry on high heat 15 min.

DIY: Sharpie Tie Dye. Easy! All you need is a couple of colored Sharpies... Rubbing alcohol and 100% cotton shirt.... I would add... After you dry it with the hairdryer... Iron your design with the iron set on cotton. It will help set the design.

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Seen something like this on Martha the other day make a design with sharpie permanant markers and then drop alcohol on till you get a design you like after it is dry put an iron on it to heat set it for several minutes.

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How to Fix a Dried Out Sharpie

Dried out Sharpie? Dip the tip of the Sharpie into the cap filled with Rubbing Alcohol. I left it  until I could see a bit of ink swirling out.