It's spring! Which means it's time to tie dye. It's not only a fun and easy activity, the look is also on trend. (Really.) So we asked two of our favorite crafting bloggers to face off in a tie dye challenge for the sake of arbitrary competition and to learn how to do it at home. First up, Jenni from I Spy DIY.
7. Let the dye set overnight then wash out excess dye in cold water. Allow the skirt to dry. (Unless you want a purple ass, in which case you can ignore this step. Your call!)