Tie dye T-shirt using textile paint
Did you know you can use textile paint to tie dye your clothes? Just thin the paint with water and it turns into a dye! In this video, we show you how we used Talens Art Creation Textile paint to tie dye a white T-shirt with three different colours. Pick your favourite colours and have fun trying this out!
What you need
- Talens Art Creation Textile
- Bottles with nozzles
- Rubber bands
About Talens Art Creation Textile
Talens Art Creation Textile is an extensive range of textile paints for light-coloured fabrics (at least 50 % cotton), available in a range of 40 colours. These colours include pearlescent colours and Reflex, a reflecting textile paint (also for dark-coloured textile) and Nightlight for a glow-in-the-dark effect. Before use, wash the textile without fabric softener. Decorate the textile with a sponge or soft brush and after drying for 30 minutes fix by ironing (on cotton setting) with a sheet of grease-proof paper between your work and ironing board.
Textile paint is great for interior decorations on cushions, furniture and curtains as well as for personalising clothes or other fashion items.