- Pants (washed and dried)
- White paint pen (I got mine at Joann's)
Step 1. Lay your pants flat, and starting at the bottom of one leg, paint your dots about three-quarters of an inch apart. I made them as uniform as possible, but moved quickly. A mistake here or there won't be noticeable among the hundreds of dots.
Step 2. After the entire front side is done, move to the back. Laying the legs so you can simultaneously see half of the front and half of the back makes it easier to keep your dots uniform. The paint dries nearly instantly, so you don't have to wait in between sides.
My new favorite pants!
*UPDATE! I ran these through the washer and dryer on normal settings, in a regular load, and they came out looking perfect. No fading at all!
|chambray: target, jeans: target, necklace: wild about jewelry c/o, heels: payless|