Last Updated on May 28, 2020
Perfect tie dye crafts for the whole family
With summer on the way, these tie dye crafts are sure to help you get into the summer spirit. Tie-dying is very simple and easy to do with the kids, or even just for yourself. One highly recommended tie dye kit is this one, because the colors stay bold and bright even after multiple washes. Additionally, always be sure to use 100% cotton materials when tie dyeing, or else the colors will fade out after the first wash.
1. Tie Dye Shoes
These tie dye shoes are sure to be your favorite pair this summer. If you want, you could probably even dye the shoelaces, too! Since you make them yourself, every pair will turn out completely unique. You can find lots of different 100% cotton canvas shoes on Amazon, but I thought these ones looked like the best option. Furthermore, the instructions are easy to follow and simple. Check them out over at iLoveToCreate.
2. Tie Dye Summer Themed Wreath
There really is a wreath for every occasion, isn’t there? This summer tie dye wreath is perfect for topping off your spread of summer decorations, hanging on your door, or in your bedroom. Furthermore, it’s relatively cheap to put together. Additionally, the instructions also include instructions for tie dye napkins. How fun! Find out more over on How To Nest For Less.
3. Tie Dye Beach Towels
Wouldn’t these towels be super fun to take with you on your next beach or pool trip? Skip the expensive towel shopping and take an afternoon to create your own stylish tie dye beach towels. These towels on Amazon should be perfect for this project, because they’re 100% cotton, and therefore will hold the dye nicely. Find out how over on Mom Endeavors.
4. Water Shooter Tie Dye
This project is perfect to do with your kids this summer! Furthermore, it’s fun for all ages as even small children can use a water shooter. Additionally, you’re not limited to just bed sheets; there’s loads of other things that could work well with this project too, such as pillowcases, shirts, and pretty much anything else you can think of that can be tie dyed. Find the instructions over at Fantastic Fun And Learning.
5. Tie Dye Drawstring Bags
How fun would these be for your kids’ back to school season? This bag would even work well for taking to the gym, beach, pool, or even hiking! This bag over on Amazon would be the perfect canvas for this project, as it’s 100# cotton and therefore will hold the dye and maintain the boldness of the colors very well. Find the instructions at My Craftily Ever After.
6. Tie Dye Scrunchies
Did you know that scrunchies are coming back? This project allows you to personalize your own scrunchies with tie dye! After a while of searching around for tie dye safe scrunchies, I found these ones on Amazon. Of course, you can always find your own if you have a preferred brand, or even use any old ones you have laying around, granted that you know they’re 100% cotton. Find the instructions over on Rit Dye!