The Giveaway to “DIY” For + DIY Dyed Baby Onesies

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This month we’re celebrating 15 New DIY Crafts from some fantastic companies. Each day we will be featuring one of these projects along with a giveaway to help you craft your heart out.

DIY Dyed Baby Onesies

DIY Dyed Baby OnesieAny groovy mommy would love to receive a DIY Dyed Baby Onesie at her baby shower. This homemade baby shower gift takes little time. Just follow this tutorial by The Rit Studio. Start with a plain onesie and transform it into the perfect onesie for a future hippie. The bright colors and tye-die look of the Rit dyes creates a psychedelic design. Make your DIY baby onesie unique by adding a stenciled outline of your choice, like a sun. This cute onesie will look adorable on your new little friend.

If you’re not a morning person, getting dressed can be a real chore. Plan ahead and get a few extra minutes of sleep with help from this homemade Days of the Week Organizer. Homemade closet organizers can really change your routine and turn your day around. With just a few easy-to-find craft supplies, you can create your own version of this colorful and practical project. Kids can make one of their own and add their own personal details to make their organizer extra special.
Read more at http://www.favecrafts.com/Storage-and-Organization/Days-of-the-Week-Wardrobe-Organizer-Krylon-CHA-Sponsor-eBook#VyrsFePcPvyhtBje.99
If you’re not a morning person, getting dressed can be a real chore. Plan ahead and get a few extra minutes of sleep with help from this homemade Days of the Week Organizer. Homemade closet organizers can really change your routine and turn your day around. With just a few easy-to-find craft supplies, you can create your own version of this colorful and practical project. Kids can make one of their own and add their own personal details to make their organizer extra special.
Read more at http://www.favecrafts.com/Storage-and-Organization/Days-of-the-Week-Wardrobe-Organizer-Krylon-CHA-Sponsor-eBook#VyrsFePcPvyhtBje.99
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You can find this project, as well as many other DIY crafts, in our new Crochet Patterns, Painting Ideas, and More: 15 New DIY Crafts free eBook. Download your own free copy today!


 



Enter to win today’s prize

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Today’s prize is eight bottles of Rit Dye.

 

In order to win today’s prize, all you need to do is:

  1. Like the AllFreeHolidayCrafts Facebook page here, AND
  2. Like the Rit Dye Facebook page here, AND
  3. Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

What materials have you dyed in the past?

 

todays winner1 The Giveaway to DIY For + Wood Veneer Wrapped Candle

Thank you all for participating in yesterday’s giveaway! Congratulations to Denise E. who answered “I love to dye my old clothes so I have something new and now my 10 year old daughter has discovered dye projects.”

To see the current giveaway, please check our giveaway schedule.

Don’t forget to enter The Giveaway to “DIY” For! Filled with more than $700.00 worth of amazing prizes from 15 companies, this is the ultimate way to get crafting this month! The deadline to enter is May 23, 2014 at 11:59:59 p.m. Eastern time.

The Giveaway to "DIY" For!

OFFICIAL RULES FOR DAILY CONTEST

  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • You must “like” both the AllFreeHolidayCrafts and the Rit Dye Facebook pages to be eligible.
  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post below.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, May 21st, 2014 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.
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Comments

  1. Sharon Cunha says

    I have dyed tee shirts, skirts and yarn for knitting and crocheting. Thank you for offering this giveaway!

  2. Malissa says

    I had washed some white jeans with a pair of my purple jeans on accident. I was just gonna throw them away and my aunt suggested dying them. So I went and bought some Rit dye (black) and I dyed them. It took 2 times of dying to get them the color I wanted! But I loved them!

  3. Amy Clark says

    I have done t-shirts so many times I can’t count. I also tie-dyed a sheet set when I was in college. At Girl Scout camp one summer, we used RIT dye to dye our hair for an afternoon (it washed out in the pool). I have also dyed fabric to use in a quilt project.

  4. Karon Lamb says

    As a Girl Scout leader we have tie dyed t-shirts. One year we put the dye in spray bottles and hung the shirts on a line then sprayed them. You get different looks depending on the distance and the nozzle adjustment. That one was different and fun. The other thing we dyes was cloth squares to use as bandanas. RIT makes it fun and easy.

  5. Kelly Crane says

    Yep, t-shirts for the kids. I was thinking of my hubby’s underpants in pink… it usually happens any how! Might as well make it in rainbow bright!

  6. Sherri Gibson says

    T-shirts n my tennis shoes when I was younger! I’d love to try out dying some of my yarn now that I learned how to crochet! Great prize, thank you n good luck all (:

  7. Helen Griffin says

    Have dyed my jeans as I spilt bleach on them so I just carried on. I also dyed a teddy bear which didn’t quite turn out the way it was suppose too. The Blob came to mind.

  8. pm henry says

    Rit is the only product I use to dye fabric, clothes, tennis shoes and eggs and any other thing I need color for. It is also the only product I use for whites and whitening items. Wonderful product, in my opinion.

  9. Deann Fox says

    I have not tried dying before, unless Easter eggs count. Would love to give it a try!

  10. MaureKae says

    I have used Rite Dye for decades to dye fabric as well as wood,. I have an old blue enamel stock pot I use just for dying the fabric.

  11. Kim Lennie says

    I have dyed jeans in the past and wasn’t very good at it. Maybe with this product I’ll fair better.

  12. says

    I have dyed T-shirts, Yarns Fabric, toys, you name i I have dyed it. Thanks for the opportunity to enter this contest. Have a Blessed Day.

  13. Mandy Meyers says

    I love dyeing clothes that I’ve picked up from thrift stores or yard sales, where I didn’t necessarily love the color but loved the design. I’ve also have done tons of crafty items from cotton balls to wood pieces.

  14. Kim M says

    Ido sheets for my rugs, also t-shirts, table cloths. My girls like to tie-dye just about anything. There are great new ways to make different effects.

  15. Kimberly Mathias says

    I have dyed multiple clothing items and totebags. I am currently interested in dying my own yarn.

  16. Terri says

    I have dyed many things over the years. My favorites are, t-shirts, tiedyed sheets, and jeans.

  17. Lucy says

    I love dyeing old clothes, even canvas shoes and purses to give them fresh new looks!

  18. victoria says

    I just recently bought some white crochet cotton at a yard sale and decided to tye dye it, I have dyed sheets, clothes and cloth

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