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Put a personal touch on a plain tee.
Use the stain-removing power of bleach to create a negative-image design on a summer T-shirt.
Use a nifty technique called reverse appliqué to reveal a burst of contrasting color in your custom-designed T-shirt.
To promote harmony -- and recycle a puzzle with missing parts -- stamp a shirt with a clever visual pun.
Turn ordinary T-shirts into cool summer apparel.
These colorful dragonfly clips make a great gift for dazzling Dad on his special day.
Produce cool summer apparel with fruits and vegetable stamps
Kids can create their own fashion lines by using shoe treads to stamp colorful designs onto T-shirts.
Capture the shapes of natural objects on a summertime shirt
With this simplified batik technique, kids can turn a plain T-shirt into a summery top that will brighten up even a rainy day.
It's the Fourth of July, and the Mouse is fit to be tied -- tie-dyed that is! Here's a fun red-white-and-blue design for Mickey fans of all ages to don on Independence Day. Find more Disney crafts, recipes, and printables at Family.com.