Making a Pink Tie-Dye Costume with Fabric Spray Paint

By Art|January 20, 2016|Craft + Clothing Projects|0 comments

Making a Pink Tie-Dye Costume

Sarah Connor from The Terminator (1984)

Making a Pink Tie-Dye Costume with Fabric Spray Paint

“For Halloween, I was Sarah Connor from The Terminator (1984). I wanted to recreate her iconic Pink Tie-Dye to really nail the look.

Making a Pink Tie-Dye Costume

Plain white T-shirt

I bought two cans of Dark Pink Craft Clothing Spray Paint and started with a blank white T-shirt.

Making a Pink Tie-Dye Costume

Scrunched T-shirt

I laid it out on plastic and scrunched it up in some spots to keep some white spots.

Making a Pink Tie-Dye Costume

One light coat of Dark Pink Clothing and Craft Fabric Spray Paint

I sprayed a light coat on the front, and let it dry.

Making a Pink Tie-Dye Costume

Tie-dye completed

After about 24 hours, it was fully dry and ready to wear.” —June Benton, Los Angeles

Making a Pink Tie-Dye Costume

Completed tie-dye costume

Tie-Dying with Fabric Spray Paint

Tie-Dying is made easy with Fabric Spray Paint. There is no actual ‘tying’ involved in this form of tie-dying, and the results are authentic. Once you have a can of Fabric Spray Paint in hand, the tie-dying possibilities are endless. You can follow the technique above with various colors and designs, or you can let your creativity run wild and try out other ways to paint.

Tie-dying with Fabric Spray Paint is a fun activity for all ages. It’s a great summer party idea for kids, and they get to take home their own one-of-a-kind tie-dye shirt that they made themselves. Now that’s a party favor!

We love seeing new ideas and projects, so be sure to come back and submit your own Fabric Spray Paint project.

Happy Painting!

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