carolwisman carolwisman
I also posted this in tye dying. I would like to replicate this effect. Any input would be appreciated. Thank you
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[Deleted User] [Deleted User]
Hi Carol,

It looks almost as if there is a negative flower design on the garment? And the 'paint splotches' on the arms?
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