How to make a watermelon-inspired towel

Not only is watermelon one of the most popular fruits during the hot summer months, but it has such a fun, vibrant color! Even if you're not a big fan of eating watermelon, it's hard not to love this bright, cheery watermelon-inspired towel.
Whether you're using it at the beach or in the bathroom, this towel is guaranteed to become a fixture of summer decor. Check out the video and the instructions to learn how to make your own.
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Materials
- Fuchsia fabric dye
- Glass container
- Hot water
- Funnel
- Squeeze bottle
- Plastic sheet
- White towel
- Protective gloves
- Black fabric marker
Instructions
1. Combine the dye and the hot water in a glass container according to the manufacturer's instructions.
2. Fill the squeeze bottle with dye using the funnel.
3. Lay out a piece of plastic to protect the work surface, and place the towel on it. Put on gloves so the dye doesn't stain your hands.
4. Starting at the bottom, use the squeeze bottle to cover the entire towel in dye.
5. Let the towel sit for as long as directed to on the package. Rinse and dry.
6. Draw watermelon seeds on the bottom half of the towel with the black fabric marker, and put the new towel on display.
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