What you’ll need:
- A pair of old boyfriend jeans of chinos
- 4 oz bottle of fabric or craft paint (featured here is Martha Stewart Satin Craft Paint in “Indigo”)
- Flat paintbrush
- Small plastic tray
- Masking tape
Step One: Depending on the length of the pants, measure 12-16 inches from the bottom hem to the calf. Use a long piece of masking tape to tape off one leg. Repeat the step on the other leg, aligning the two to ensure evenness. Squeeze 2 ounces of craft paint into the small tray.
Step Two: Start painting, using generous amounts of paint. Be sure to get close to the edge of the masking tape for a straight line!
Step Three: Once the legs have been painted, allow it to dry completely. Turn the pants inside out, tape off a section 6 – 8 inches from the bottom (depending on the fold of the cuff), and paint. Once everything is dry, peel away the tape from the inside and out.
Step Four: Fold the bottom of pants twice…and cuff!
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