|I want this shirt.|
To make into shorts, of course. I was dying to attack some with bleachy goodness. All credit owed to this tutorial.
You're going to need some of this stuff. Except don't use a paint brush. Bleach disintegrated this paintbrush. I'm stupid. Use an eyedropper, squirt bottle, just not a paintbrush.
Step One: cut 'em. If you're cuffing them, I'd cut at least two inches longer than where you want them to hit your leg.
Step Two: paint 'em. I did some zig-zag (who coined the term "zig-zag"?) designs. Don't worry about making it pretty, you guys. Mine looks like this because I was trying to finish before all of the bristles on the paintbrush disappeared.
Step Three: let 'em dry, rinse, and wash (probably by themselves.)
Step Four: wear 'em. You have no idea how scared I was to take a picture of myself. As you can see, I had to do the classic thumbs up pose in order to make me believe I wasn't taking myself too seriously. I can't handle selfies.
I told you this was a crafternoon. Next project, bracelets. You can grab some neon mason line at pretty much any hardware store. In Home Depot and Lowes, it's by the giant spools of rope and chains.
I made this one by using four pieces of string (two that you won't see). Alternate sides, making one basic hitch knot. To make it look more intricate, you can push the knots way close together, or you don't have to at all.
I used an Honestly WTF tutorial to make the closure. Otherwise you can just tie the ends together! Because mason line is made of nylon, knots come out really easily. That's where a lighter comes in. Hold it up to the knot and right when it starts to melt the cord, push the bottom of the lighter down on it so it melts onto itself.
Also, definitely made homemade Larabars today. Letmetellyousomething before you accuse me of being way too crunchy. They're real, real good. This lady's got a ton of recipes for them.
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Have the loveliest day, kittens.