In Marrakesh they even matched the plant pots!
Jazzy jackets too. (with Shona on her 18th)
So when he asked me to tie-dye a shirt of his I knew it would have to be slightly mad and colourful.
It started off a boring dull mushroom colour. (forgot to take a photo, but it was so dull it would have bored you to sleep anyway)
I bought some marbles - actually, I sent Shona to the pound shop with a £5 note to buy marbles. Thinking they would be small bags I told her to get 5, she did, but they were huge bags and I still have 4 bags left. (quickly Googling "what to do with marbles").
I tied up the shirt with lots of marbles and elastic bands. It took HOURS, honestly, those little blighters take ages to tie in.
It was so heavy once all the marbles were in, she couldn't keep it on her head for long, although I do think it suited her.
I then dyed half in one colour and half in another, before that though I dipped the back side of it in a third colour to make the marble gaps stand out more.
Delivered Unashamedly un-ironed, which he grumbled about.