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Dip Dye Clothing DIY – Do It Yourself Dip Dye

Dip Dye Clothing DIY – Do It Yourself Dip Dye
This week we’re sharing some of the blog’s greatest hits! These are some of our most loved posts by you, our amazing readers. “She drips in color” comes to mind whenever I see this trend — it brings a certain happiness to tees, dresses, shorts, shirts… almost anything! And, it has become an eye opener look for spring and summer. We love how dip dying your basic tee gives it new life in a fun and creative way. There are so many different ways you can experiment with this technique that you can kind of get carried away – here we love the subtle approach with a sprinkled burst of color. Follow these easy steps to create your very own dip dye tee — you can do it with cotton dresses too!! Inspiration: What you need: A tray, 1 measuring cup, salt, Dylon dye of any color (not the machine washable ones), heavy duty cleaning gloves and a basic white tee. Mix a quarter of the Dylon dying powder into the tray with 4 cups of warm water and 4 tablespoons of salt. Hang to dry.

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DIY Fashion: Screen Print Tee The life of a college student involves attending many events, from parties, to football games, to concerts on campus. And what better way to celebrate these monumental events – and show off your school spirit – than with a custom screenprinted shirt? Using an old shirt and some fabric paint, you can create a custom screenprinted shirt proclaiming your love for your school, your football team, or whatever suits your fancy. What you’ll need: Shirt, hoodie, or whatever else you want to screen printFabric paintFreezer paperIronExacto knifeRulerCardboardSpongePencilMarkerPrinter paperPlastic plate

DIY tote bag Sign up to the Megan Nielsen Patterns Newsletter and get access to our library of FREE sewing patterns! Store Newsletter Get access to our library of FREE sewing patterns, exclusive monthly discounts and be the first to hear about new patterns! Never miss a blog post! Enter your email address to receive Design Diary blog posts right to your inbox Wonderful DIY Bicycle Rim Lights This is a wonderful DIY for bike. Biking in dark is very dangerous even with a headlight and reflectors. If you have to do so, this is a good idea to make you more visible to other people, especially drivers. The idea was simple. Buy a LED rope light, cut it up, power it with batteries, weave it in the spokes, and you’ve got some sweet rim lights for your bicycle.

Custom Color Chalkboard Paint - Martha Stewart Organizing Crafts Thanks to paint that dries into a chalkboard finish, your board can be whatever size you desire and placed wherever you like. Store-bought formulas come in traditional green and black. But you can also follow our recipe to mix your own batch in any shade. Cleverly applied chalkboard paint means new places to track appointments, keep lists, and leave messages. Or simply use the surface to draw or doodle, which will appeal to kids and the kid in everyone. Choose from the following ideas or come up with your own homemade chalkboard location.

Ruffle Flower Scarf I took a couple of my favorite projects and combined them into something for me. After all that creating over Christmas for other people, it was fun to make something for myself. Not that I don't enjoy creating for others, of course. I'm sure you know what I mean. I sewed two long strips of white knit fabric together, one on top of the other, using the method from my tiered ruffle skirt tutorial.

DIY Transparent Clutch Phil Oh spotted this elegant Charlotte Olympia Pandora clutch during Paris Fashion Week and we spotted a DIY. Prada, Chanel & Fendi seem to be seeing clearly too because let’s face it, nothing says “I ain’t got shit to hide” like a transparent clutch. You’ll start by drilling a hole at the top of the plastic box. Use a drill bit that is one size larger than the diameter of the bolt on the knob, otherwise the plastic might crack. Open the lid and slowly drill a hole in the center of the box with very light pressure. Please wear protective eyewear and use caution!

Dip Dyed Ombre Totes I'm pretty excited about today's DIY post, because not only was this super easy to do, but the totes are the perfect catch-all size for everyday messes. Whether you need a bag for carrying produce or your favorite beach reads this will be your new favorite summer staple. Today I'm going to show you how to make a dip-dyed ombre tote bag. Are you ready? First you'll need to collect your supplies. How to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally Decorating Easter eggs is a fun family tradition. But did you know that modern Easter egg dying kits are made from toxic food coloring? This year, skip the store-bought Easter egg dyes and make your own.

diy stamp English I love to carve stamps! is one of my favorite crafts. I love the endless posibilities it offers and the wonderful results I get. A single stamp can be used for so many things, and I keep discovering more and more uses..Its wonderful to customize your things and really make them unique. Thank you for encouraging to put together this tutorial. Customize your own T-shirt Customize your own T-shirt This T-shirt is for New York City lovers, and very easy to make. Moreover this is a very cool T-shirt. (Oooops... we used Chicago silhouette with New York City sign :D) You need: a basic t-shirt a black (or another color) fabric dye a self-adhesive paper scalpels brush

DIY Bleach Tie Dye Last summer, we were obsessed with shibori indigo tie dying. No, really . . . we just about dyed anything white in sight. So when Free People asked us to include a DIY in their guest blogger series, we knew a new tie dye project was absolutely in order. And as the weather is beginning to warm up, what better time than now to start experimenting with reverse tie dye using bleach! Black tees and tops: watch out! To make a grid-like pattern, fold the shirt like an accordion and bind it between two pieces of wood or other flat shaped objects.

Chevron Ombre Tote DIY - SewCaroline THIS is a fun one… If you know me, I love trends. This DIY incorporates TWO current trends :: chevron & ombré supplies needed:~1 yard of white fabric1/8 yard of 4 or 5 different shades of turquoise fabrics (or whatever other color you choose!) tunnel vision I know you are invited to at least one wedding this summer. Bring your camera. This is a neat way to present a special wedding picture.

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