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DIY Rorshach Ink Tote

This tutorial is easy, fast, and will have beautiful, unique results every time. 

Step 1: Its recommend that you wash your bag before dying, as the dye will take to the fabric much better. Then when you’re ready, mix up your dye according to the instructions on the box. It’s very important that you dissolve your dye in 2 cups nearly boiling water first, otherwise, you’ll have chunks of pigment floating around, and your resulting dye bath won’t be as effective.


Step 2: For this project, you don’t need to dilute the dye any further if you don’t want to; the color will be more vibrant as a result. Pour carefully into your squirt bottle, and put on the cap. 

Step 3: Lay a paintbrush down to mark the center so the design would be symmetrical when folded. Carefully, as the dye comes out of the bottle a little fast, squirt drops of dye onto one half of the tote. Use more dye towards the center if you want your pattern to meet in the middle. 

Step 4: Once you think you have enough dye, carefully fold the tote in half on top of the portion with dye. Press down firmly all over the tote, and leave to set for 30 minutes.

Step 5: If there are any leftover pools when you unfold, soak them up with the corner of a paper towel. Rinse off excess dye, throw in your washing machine, and it’s ready to wear! 


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designed-for-life:

DIY Rorshach Ink Tote

This tutorial is easy, fast, and will have beautiful, unique results every time. 

Step 1: Its recommend that you wash your bag before dying, as the dye will take to the fabric much better. Then when you’re ready, mix up your dye according to the instructions on the box. It’s very important that you dissolve your dye in 2 cups nearly boiling water first, otherwise, you’ll have chunks of pigment floating around, and your resulting dye bath won’t be as effective.


Step 2: For this project, you don’t need to dilute the dye any further if you don’t want to; the color will be more vibrant as a result. Pour carefully into your squirt bottle, and put on the cap. 

Step 3: Lay a paintbrush down to mark the center so the design would be symmetrical when folded. Carefully, as the dye comes out of the bottle a little fast, squirt drops of dye onto one half of the tote. Use more dye towards the center if you want your pattern to meet in the middle. 

Step 4: Once you think you have enough dye, carefully fold the tote in half on top of the portion with dye. Press down firmly all over the tote, and leave to set for 30 minutes.

Step 5: If there are any leftover pools when you unfold, soak them up with the corner of a paper towel. Rinse off excess dye, throw in your washing machine, and it’s ready to wear! 


Source: Whimseybox
Zoom Info

designed-for-life:

DIY Rorshach Ink Tote

This tutorial is easy, fast, and will have beautiful, unique results every time.

Step 1: Its recommend that you wash your bag before dying, as the dye will take to the fabric much better. Then when you’re ready, mix up your dye according to the instructions on the box. It’s very important that you dissolve your dye in 2 cups nearly boiling water first, otherwise, you’ll have chunks of pigment floating around, and your resulting dye bath won’t be as effective.

Step 2: For this project, you don’t need to dilute the dye any further if you don’t want to; the color will be more vibrant as a result. Pour carefully into your squirt bottle, and put on the cap.

Step 3: Lay a paintbrush down to mark the center so the design would be symmetrical when folded. Carefully, as the dye comes out of the bottle a little fast, squirt drops of dye onto one half of the tote. Use more dye towards the center if you want your pattern to meet in the middle.

Step 4: Once you think you have enough dye, carefully fold the tote in half on top of the portion with dye. Press down firmly all over the tote, and leave to set for 30 minutes.

Step 5: If there are any leftover pools when you unfold, soak them up with the corner of a paper towel. Rinse off excess dye, throw in your washing machine, and it’s ready to wear!

Source: Whimseybox

  • 90s Animal Planet:

    Animals are cool, kids! They can be your friends! But watch out, some are dangerous! Ooh, watch Jeff Corwin handle the most venomous snake in Africa! Aw, look at the tiger babies! Oh, let's learn about conserving the environment! Remember kids, we must respect this planet, because it's the animals' home as well!

  • 2013 Animal Planet:

    ANIMALS WILL FUCKING KILL YOU. And guess what? PARASITES WILL TOO! Yes I know those aren't really animals, I guess. OH YEAH HERE'S SOME PSEUDO-SCIENCE ABOUT BIGFOOT. He's an animal too, right? WATCH THIS WOMAN GET EATEN BY HER PET CHIMPANZEE. ANIMALS ARE SCARY, KIDS. BE CAUTIOUS AROUND YOUR PET LIZARD OK. oh look kittens!

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  • 90s History Channel:

    Here kids, we're gonna talk about this society today. History from all time periods and all countries. Isn't this stuff fascinating? Watch us dig up a tomb!

  • Early 2000's History Channel:

    So there's this guy named Hitler. And he's pretty bad. Let us tell you how bad Hitler is. Hitler. Hitler. Hitler. Hitler. More Hiltler. Hey have you heard about this guy named Hitler?

  • 2013 History Channel:

    Aliens moonshiners aliens rednecks aliens pawnshops aliens aliens aliens hey have we mentioned aliens because aliens

  • 2014 History Channel:

    Was Hitler an Alien?

socialjusticekoolaid:

"All I did — what I did was — was release the videotape to you, because I had to," Jackson told reporters on Aug. 15 when asked why he released the robbery footage. "I’d been sitting on it, but I — too many people put in a [Freedom of Information Act] request for that thing, and I had to release that tape to you."

Writing for The Blot, Matthew Keys reports that the police department did not receive any specific requests for the videotape.

"A review of open records requests sent to the Ferguson Police Department found that no news organization, reporter or individual specifically sought the release of the surveillance tape before police distributed it on Aug. 15," Keys writes.

Journalist Andrew Perez also said that he has tried to get the documents to show who sent FOIA requests for the recording.

"I requested all requests for the videotape too, and they produced a ton of docs but no requests for the tape," Perez tweeted.

Perez also tweeted that, when asked, Ferguson Police spokesperson Tim Zoll couldn’t think of any specific requests for the tape.

Your daily reminder the Ferguson Police Department participated in a large-scale conspiracy to slander and demonize Michael Brown, while protecting his murderer, fellow officer Darren Wilson. How and why anyone could still be defending these armed thugsis beyond me. #staywoke #farfromover 

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