Fourth of July project in the works!

But first, two small snips to get the hair out of his face and the hairstyle turned into this…we are thinking the big haircut is coming soon.

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A bit of chemistry…

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A little creative swirling, pleating and rubber banding…

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Isaac’s perfect spiral…

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Jason demonstrates the “stripes” tie…

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Everything is soaking in a bucket for the next step. Yup, you guessed it: Tie Dye! Woohoo!

3 Responses to “Fourth of July project in the works!”

  1. Elizabeth Schroeder Says:

    Tie dye is SO MUCH FUN! What a great fourth of July project. If this is your first time….I can guarantee it won’t be your last. It’s just too much fun.

  2. Zoe Says:

    Yes, Elizabeth…first time since Ritz in my teen years. I hope they turn out! I can’t wait to see everything.

  3. Lisa P Says:

    Wow, I am so behind on blogs! And now I am mad you did this alone! :p I have a whole bag of stuff I have been saving to tie dye hoping somebody would have a get together. So what dye did you end up using. I have done it twice at friends’ houses. The first time, the colors lasted great, but the second time, they all faded.

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