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I am holding my hand out in anticipation of receiving change for a fiver.  No not really, but it’s a logical reason considering the money I saved by making my own neon pink graffiti dress.  Here’s the back story to this Easy DIY adventure…

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[Photo via Ring My Bell]

The inspiration first came to me after seeing this gorgeous Zimmerman dress in Lucky Magazine.  I loved the bright pink and abstract pattern.  I searched high and low but could not find it for purchase.

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I decided to recreate the look by buying a simple white dress and neon pink fabric paint.  I found a great midi white dress on ASOS that I found to have a similar shape – a high waist, higher neckline, scoop back, and full skirt.

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The graffiti pattern requires very little artistic skills (thank goodness for my sake).  I poured fabric paint into a small cup and used a paint brush to splatter the dress,  a flick of your wrist is all you need.

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The paint also came with a spray nozzle which can be used to create an ombre effect very easily.  Allow the paint to set for 72 hours and turn inside out before washing.

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If you don’t fancy pink, try the same dress in black with a splash of neon green or blue.  The options are endless!

31 thoughts on “Easy DIY: Graffiti Dress

    1. I know, I was willing to pay whatever high price and chalk it up to an investment piece but was really sad that I couldn’t find it. If you happen to find it will you let me know? 🙂

  1. I loved this post so much, I included it in my “Link Love” post here -http://colorfulglamour.wordpress.com/2013/09/16/blog-posts-im-loving-2/

      1. It is Tulip fabric paint. You can get it online at Wal-Mart or on Amazon. There is a link to Amazon on my post (towards the end, sorry if it is hard to find, I will work on placing it more easily identified place next time).

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