Make the magic of summer last all year long with these awesome tie dye patterns! FaveCrafts has teamed up with ilovetocreate.com to bring you How to Make Tie Dye Shirts, Decor, and More: 18 Tie Dye Patterns, filled with tons of easy tie dye projects that you can wear, accessorize with, and use to decorate your house.
Perfect for kids birthday parties, crafting parties, and back to school nights, tie dye is a budget friendly and easy craft do to with a bunch of your friends and family. Have everyone bring a white tee shirt, pillow case, or apron and gather together to create fun and unique projects that everyone is sure to love!
I know when I think of tie dye, the first thing that comes to mind is tee shirts. I remember making tie dye shirts with my friends for Back to School Night. It was so much fun to create these colorful tee’s, and even better when we got to show our work off to everyone at school! Since tie dyeing tee shirts remains one of the most popular ways to tie dye, we were sure to include plenty of awesome tutorials and techniques in How to Make Tie Dye Shirts, Decor, and More. This Captain America Tee Shirt is perfect for all the super hero fans out there…and it can also double as a patriotic tee to wear for the 4th of July!
There are also several tie dye techniques that are perfect for creating beautiful home decor for any room in the house. This Sunburst Blossom Pillow looks like it was painted onto the pillowcase, but you can create this look with ease using a very simple and basic tie dye technique. You can find this pattern, as well as many more pillows, totes, aprons, towels and more in How to Make Tie Dye Shirts, Decor, and More: 18 Tie Dye Patterns!
If you’re looking for a different look other than the traditional tie dye swirl, be sure to download How to Make Tie Dye Shirts, Decor, and More: 18 Tie Dye Patterns today for some awesome projects that show off patterns that look anything but tie dyed! This Cobbled Bicolor Tie Dye Tee is a great project to start with. You can use opposing colors or similar colors to create a neat ombre effect. Wouldn’t this technique look adorable on a dress?
Tie dye has come a long way since it gained popularity back in the 1960’s. Not only is it a fun way to add color and style to your wardrobe, but it’s a great way to get kids into the crafting. Tie dye also makes the perfect family activity, so gather up the kids and get ready for some post summer fun with these 18 Tie Dye Patterns from ilovetocreate.com and FaveCrafts!
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