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Groovy Tie Dye Kits

Updated on October 5, 2014

Learn How to Tie Dye with Tie Dye Kits

These groovy tie dye kits are a great way for all ages to learn how to make tie dyed clothes.

The 1960s brought so many changes, and fashion changed more than perhaps anything else. Tie dyed tee shirts were big in the sixties with hippies and anyone who wanted to wear fun clothes hopping on this trend.

Shirts, head bands, and basically anything that's 100% cotton can be tie dyed. Making tie dye shirts is a fun activity for sleepovers, Girl Scouts, or just as one-on-one time for mom and the kids.

Satisfy your need for retro chic. Make some groovy tie dye!

Photo of Jacquard Tie Dye Kit courtesy of Amazon. Click the link, man, and get tie dyeing.

~*~ Tie Dye Kits ~*~ Get Started the Easy Way

Be Sure to Use 100% Cotton Shirts for Tie Dye Projects

Cotton T-Shirts to Tie Dye - Stock Up and Start Dyeing!

These inexpensive white cotton t-shirts may not look like much right now, but with some smokin' tie dye, they'll be smarter than a fifth grader when you're done with them.

How To Do Tie Dye with Markers - Check Out This Easy to Do Project!

Heidi at Mom's Crafty Space shows how to make fun tie dye projects with permanent markers and rubbing alcohol!

Read up on this fun and easy technique for a more tidy way of creating the tie dye look!

Tie Dye Totes, Handkerchiefs, and Napkins

Tie dye is not just for clothes. You can also make tie dyed totes, napkins, handkerchiefs, neckerchiefs for your dog, and more!


Get creative and make gifts for this holiday season.

Learn to Tie Dye

Tie Dye! The How-To Book
Tie Dye! The How-To Book

Learn to make those cool swirls and color combos with this Tie-Dye! The How to Book!

 

Have You Ever Made a Tie Dye Shirt?

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    • Scarlettohairy profile imageAUTHOR

      Peggy Hazelwood 

      5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      @Camden1: How fun! That's a great idea.

    • Camden1 profile image

      Camden1 

      5 years ago

      When the kids were little we always made tie dye shirts to wear in the 4th of July parade - it was a groovy tradition!

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