Staining Your Clothes

When you get a food stain on a fave piece of clothing you can toss it out, buy an applique to cover the stain or just stain the clothing with the same thing that orignally ruined it.

“Huh?”, you say. Let’s say you dropped a marinara-coated meatball onto your white dress. At the restaurant you tie your sweater around your waist to cover the stain but when you get home you wrap rubber-bands around sections of the dress and dip the dress in a pan filled with marinera. If the fabric allows it you could even heat the marinara pan on the stove to really saturate the dress. Remember tie-dying? Essentially that’s what you’re doing. If the dress was stained with grape juice, you would use grape juice to dye it and so on.

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I started this blog to share with you all the results of years of turning trash into treasures. Hopefully I'll spark some new creative thoughts and if that happens I hope that you'll share your discoveries and together we’ll build a blog that will singlehandedly reduce global warming and save the world! Okay, maybe that’s a grand goal but we should be able to at least downsize our own trash output.

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