Here are some pictures to get your creative wheels turning. Don't forget, all it takes is one of our all-inclusive Tulip kits and you are ready to rock (or dip...or tie...or squirt...)
Use these as inspiration to make your own signature version - come up with your own designs and techniques. Don't forget to share your creations in our online gallery!
West Elm would look pretty snappy on your couch, don't you think?
Here are the directions!
3. We love this scarlet and white bedding circular centerpiece that finishes this global look just right from House to Your Home.
and directions too!
ElleDecor says so! (TIP: Tie dye two cloth napkins, sew together, add a pillow form and you are set!)
Ralph Lauren. This would make a great wedding or housewarming gift for someone special. You know you can make your own version of this!
Wild Peace Pillow?
8. Kuba pillows. From IndigoArts.com:
Kuba pillows use the bold geometries and rich textures of vintage hand-woven raffia cloth from the Kuba people of the Congo. Left in its natural color or dyed with organic red, brown and ochre dyes, it is sewn into applique and reverse-applique, traditionally used in long wrap-around dancing skirts. The flat-weave fabric may also be tie-dyed, embroidered or decorated with cowry shells.
Etsy seller, DyedStitches, made from diapers and towels! Once she adds her mixed media magic, those fabrics are transformed! We love that she thinks out of the box - cloth diapers? Awesome and oh-so-artful!
10. Tie dye can be used to make beautiful floral designs, just like this! Here is how to do it!
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