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Tie Dye T-Shirts with Sharpie Markers! It was Red Ribbon week at my daughter's school this week and their first dress up day was tie dye t-shirts and wouldn't you know she didn't have anything tie dye in her closet.

Tie Dye T-Shirts with Sharpie Markers!

So we decided to do a little art project together and make something with what we had on hand. I have seen several different examples and directions for this on the internet so we took what we found from various searches and modified it just a little bit. Here's what you'll need and the steps we followed: 20 Awesome Do It Yourself Projects. Thursday, June 14, 2012 4:30 am, Posted by Chris Groves | Internet 20 Awesome Do It Yourself Projects Topics: At Home Project Ideas , Creative DIY Home Projects , Do It Yourself Projects for 2012 , Fun How To Projects , What to Do with Extra Stuff.

20 Awesome Do It Yourself Projects

10 Remarkable DIY Cleaning Solutions. I don’t know about you, but I was feeling ready to start some serious spring cleaning.

10 Remarkable DIY Cleaning Solutions

This year, I decided to try some new (more effective) cleaning solutions using materials I already had (in true Picklee fashion of course!). I couldn’t be happier with the outcome of my cleaning experiments. From simple shower cleaners, to carpet stain removers, to wrinkle release spray, I found that not only were these DIY solutions much cheaper , but they worked SO MUCH BETTER too! Blog a la Cart. The SoHo. Grow The Easiest Garden on Earth. Fibre optic garden path lighting. Tutorial Magazine.

Craft and Decorating Ideas. Flubber. Flubber is a polymer made by a chemical reaction.

Flubber

Polymers are very long chains of repeating units. When the two solutions are combined, polyvinyl acetate chains (a polymer from the white glue) are linked together in a 3-dimensional arrangement by borate ions (from the Borax) and other chemical bonds. This produces the thick, sticky polymer called Flubber. You can make flubber at home and find out what happens when: it is stretched?