For those of you interested in making your very own tie-dyed Disney shirts, I documented the steps yesterday when I made some more, and will post the steps in pieces. If you miss a step, just go to my profile page and read from the bottom up. Step 3 - the dying process. Start with one color at a time to keep your colors organized. Fill in one end of a pie on the shirt. Try to stay in the lines of the bands, but don't panic if it bleeds - this process is very forgiving! Once one pie is colored in, go to the opposite side of that color/pie piece and full it in. Be careful, as you lift the bottle and place it back down, the dye splatters easily! When you are finished with one color on all the shirts, repeat the steps with your next color. Note: if you are doing just one color, you would just saturate the entire one side of the shirt here. And, if you're doing two colors, the color you want to dominate on the shirt would just be added to two sides and their opposite sides, leaving two pie shapes free for the other color.