59. Have a paint war, wearing white shirts so we can keep the shirts.

Bonjour all!

Today is a splendid  day mostly because the shirts Alicia and I spray painted finally dried and were washed and now drying again! Woot! Though we didn’t have a paint war, we did take paint and spray it onto shirts. A long while ago back in seventh grade, Alicia, a friend of ours Kylie, and I made these shirts using fabric spray paint. Now this summer, we decided to do it again. It was superbly easy (is superbly even a word?) and almost as awesome as the tie-dye. Personally, my tie-dye came out better than the spray paint because the spray paint mixed together and formed a gorgeous shade of grayish brown. Not the best color in the world, but hey, art is art, right?

Supplies needed: Two plain white shirts (previously washed with no detergent) and the paint

Supplies needed: Two plain white shirts (previously washed with no detergent) and the paint

About to begin the sprayingness of awesome

About to begin the sprayingness of awesome

And now it has begun.

And now it has begun.

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Busily spraying away

Busily spraying away

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My very messy hands after our projects.

My very messy hands after our projects.

Finally, they are completed!

Finally, they are completed!

Now, the future of these shirts have been decided: they are going to be the shirts they have LIFE written on them for the adventure of number 80. Hand out lemons wearing a shirt that says “life”. That’s one adventure as with number 79.  Jumping out of random closets in Ikea, yelling: “Oh my god, Narnia is so awesome!”, I am quite apprehensive to do. Excited, maybe. Nervous, totally.

Anyway, there isn’t much else to say except three things:

One: Thank you for 29,281 views.

Two: Much love and summer fun!

Three: 81dayswontlastforever!

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Molly and Alicia

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