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If you need something new in your life, follow along with me on this blog, Create & Change. Together for 365 days, we will take tiny steps to make something new. As you move along, report back along the way. 

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Day 76 - Jelly Bean Chic.

Day 76 - Jelly Bean Chic.

Day 76 - Alright folks. How's everybody doing today? It's Wednesday and who's a bit on the cranky side today? Me! Me! Me! Man alive, I woke up on the wrong side of the tracks. Wait, I don't think that's the right phrase to use. Oh but who cares. "Bear" (Grrrr) with me on this grumpy day. 

There are two things that always get me out of a cranky funk: sugar & shopping. Well, let's throw sugar & shopping in a box, add some paint, close the lid and shake up some fun.

For today's project, we will be making a jelly bean t-shirt. Yep, that's right. We are going to paint a shirt using Jelly Belly® Jelly Beans. Yes, that's right. I have lost my stink'n mind but let's try this crazy idea anyway.

Jelly Bean T-shirt 

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If you have a happen to have a long sleeve t-shirt as I did today, cut the sleeves off with the scissors. Now, place approximately 20 -30 jelly beans into a disposable cup. Pick two or more colors of acrylic paint. Place approximately 1 tablespoon of each color on top of the jelly beans in the disposable cup. Dump contents into the cardboard box. Close lid tightly and shake. Open the box and add the t-shirt. Shake until the shirt is appropriately cover in paint. Let the t-shirt dry and then wash and dry separately. 

What do you think? Was it fun creating something crazy? Well, I need to get back to being cranky and eating more Jelly Belly® jelly beans. See you tomorrow kids.

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