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Mickey Mouse Tye Dye

Discussion in 'Arts and Crafts' started by kmb584, Mar 16, 2013.

  1. kmb584

    kmb584 New Member

    I wasn't too sure where to post this but thought that the "Creative Community" sounded about right! :thumbsup2

    On past trips to the World I've run across numerous families wearing tye dye Mickey Mouse t-shirts and while I'm not one for matchy-matchy the thought of these shirts just keeps on growing on me. In fact, I think it'd actually be kind of fun for DD (4) and I to have a matching day on our next trip at the end of April.

    Problem is: I cannot find said tees anywhere. I initially tried Etsy but came up empty handed. I googled and found nothing. Can someone here point me in the right direction?
     
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  3. dsneprincess

    dsneprincess New Member

    There is a thread with directions under Arts & Crafts. I have also seen directions on blogs you could find by Googling. You have to "make" them as far as I know.
     
  4. PrincessNancy96

    PrincessNancy96 <font color=deeppink>My family drove me nuts, and Moderator

    Give me a minute and I'll find you the link..there is step by step instructions and several members that are very helpful if you have questions...
     
  5. PrincessNancy96

    PrincessNancy96 <font color=deeppink>My family drove me nuts, and Moderator

  6. 3lilmousekateers

    3lilmousekateers New Member

    Searching 'tie dye mickey' on Etsy brought up over 100 results for me.
     
  7. morgansmom2000

    morgansmom2000 New Member

    We made them before we went on our cruise in 2010. I added vinyl to make these look like jack o' lanterns because it was Halloween.

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    I used the fiber reactive dyes from Dharma Trading and 100% cotton T's. My biggest recommendation is to SOAK them. I felt I had plenty of dye in there and was somewhat disappointed by the amount of white when we were all done.

    HTH!
     
  8. gumbyack454

    gumbyack454 New Member

    Those are awesome
     
  9. abqgreene

    abqgreene New Member

    What vinyl did you use?
     
  10. morgansmom2000

    morgansmom2000 New Member

    It was iron on vinyl from H&H Sign Company. Siser Easy Weed. HTH!
     

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