Hello fellow fashion lovers, it has been too long! I’m excited about bringing you the latest tutorial. It’s fast, it’s easy, it’s fun, and oh so messy. Dye has the potential to get everywhere on your clothes, on the floor, and yes on your hands. If you have an important event coming up I do not recommend trying this project right now. It may turn your hands purple for a couple of days. Getting back to the good stuff though, this is a great craft to try if you have never tie-dyed anything before just because it is so simple. Has anyone ever dip-dyed anything before? Let me know and happy crafting. 🙂
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Really love this so much! The finished result is amazing! Gemma x
Thank you so much Gemma! So nice of you to say! 🙂
I’ve always wondered how this was done, nice post!
O yeah it’s so easy! Thanks Julia! 🙂
Love the look! Will definitely try this, thanks for the tutorial!
Anytime! Let me know how it comes out! 🙂
Super cute! And LOVE when you can make your own clothing! 🙂
Thank you so much Shauna! Yay, so happy you like it! 🙂
Love this! You can wear rubber (I know how that sounds, I’m British) washing up gloves or latex gloves to stop the dye staining your hands! Happy to see you back 🙂
Hahaha I forgot about that yes you can totally wear gloves! Always love your comments! 🙂
🙂 I live my creative art crafty side through you!
I’ve really missed your posts 🙂 really need to try this one!
Aww thank you! Ive missed posting them. Ive been focusing on the job hunt leaving less time for fashion blogging, but I still want to keep this up! 🙂
Cool tutorial! Love that tee!
Thank you so much Jeanne! 🙂
That looks coo, something to try out! I wonder if you could get ombre effect with it 🙂
Yeah if you make the light wash even lighter, the ombre effect will be more obvious. 🙂
How awesome is this! Love it! You are so creative darling.
Much love, Len
Thank you so much Len! Always love when you stop by! 🙂
I’m not a truly fan of ombre clothes, but this t-shirt look incredible 🙂
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Thank you so much! That’s so nice of you to say! 🙂
Oh Lauren, I really enjoy this post! You’ve made tie-dyeing looks so easy! 🙂
I remember wearing tie dye clothes in the ’90s, they were very popular back then (now they are back in trend), and I wish I had kept this tie-dye shirt which appears in my recent post:
Thank you, it is so easy!! haha. Aww you should make another one. 🙂