Wrap It Up: 7 Ways To Tie-dye DIY

This contributor put up was written by Beth of Parsimonia.

Make thin hair look fuller Fine hair like Reese Witherspoon

A yr or so ago I used to be strolling round our neighborhood in Santa Monica after i noticed a high school woman sporting a floral print dress with spaghetti straps. I did a double-take, then carefully stored walking, ensuring I hadn entered some bizarre time warp that had thrown me again into the 0s. Seems, I was still in publish-millennium times, however the fashions of my youth have been slowly creeping into it €?and they haven stopped. Solely now, it all about neon and, extra not too long ago, tie dye.

The latter is one I can undoubtedly get behind, mostly because it one thing you can do yourself and trendy adaptions aren fairly as colorful. Instead of jamming six shades into one piece of cloth, crafters are maintaining it simple with two-tone techniques and extra subdued hues. These five DIYs are simply the tip of the iceberg, too. You may take this method and transfer it to tons of things: shorts, skirts, dresses, luggage, perhaps even some curtains? Go on: Seize some rubber bands and get wild!

  • 1. (above) Tie-Dye Tissue Paper by Honest to Nod
  • 2. Tie-Dye Denims byHere Is Now
  • 3. Tie-Dye Hair Ties/Bracelets by Jenny Bevlin
  • four.DIY Bleach Tie Dye Topby Actually WTF
  • 5. Tie-Dye Shoes by Julia Poppies Design
  • 6.Tie Dye Denim DIYby State of Distinctive
  • 7. Tie-Dye Napkins by Solar and Glory

Beth is the writer behind Parsimonia: Secondhand With Model, where she blogs about her old flame (thrifting) and her second love (cooking), in addition to DIY tasks, sustainable fashion and other bits of inspiration. She lives in St. Louis with one husband, one fuzzy canine and plenty of dreams, and lately launched a web based vintage store.

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *