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Did they tell you,
You should grow up
When you wanted to dream.
Did they warn you, better shape up,
If you want to succeed.
I don't know about you, who are they talking to?
They aren't talking to me.
(Song by Metric)
Tank: Salvaged American Eagle // Shorts: American Apparel //
Lennon Shades: Second Hand, Poshmark //
DIY FRUIT TIE DYE
1. Decide which colors you want to create and then gather your fruit and veggies. At least one chopped cup of each item to create a saturated dye.
Blueberries, blackberries, and red cabbage create blues hues. Raspberries and beets create red shades. Orange and lemon peels make light yellow. Spinach creates a green, and onion skins create orange.
2. Add your ingredient to a saucepan and cover with twice as much water as the fruit or vegetables. Place over medium heat, and simmer for one hour.
3. Let dye cool and add to your bottles. See video for the scoop on the rest.
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