I've really been into cutoff shorts ever since I made my studded pair and I was looking for some fun summer shorts to wear for the 4th of July. I thought why not just make my own...plus I was wanting to get my hands on something tie dyed this summer. I wanted to post this a bit early just in case you need to find a pair of white pants or shorts...I found white pants for about $2 at the thrift store and made them into cutoff shorts. I used these spray dyes (s-e-i tumble dye) back in school and they were so easy to use and a great alternative to using actual fabric dye that I went ahead and purchased them for this project.
I really love the way these shorts turned out and if you want them too...
Here's how to do it yourself:
Gather parts of your shorts and tie them. The directions on the bottle recommended that it was best for the fabric to be wet when doing tie dye so I followed and ran them under water until the shorts were damp.
Begin to spray your dye in the areas you want.
I used red on top and blue on the bottom, leaving the middle section alone.
Take out the rubber bands, let them air dry, and then put them in the dryer for about 20 minutes.
All done & ready to wear!
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