Happy Saturday Jaderbugs! I am so happy to finally share with you some fun clips from the Tie Dye your summer demo I did in Lafayette, La. I can’t express how much fun I had here. Everyone was super stoked to see how the Tulip tie-dye works and let me tell you I was happy to show them. I think my favorite thing about this post is what you can win!
I know you wanna win all of this right! Head on over to the Tulip site to enter! When you click on the link below it will tell you all the ways you can enter the tie dye your summer contest. You have more than one option and lemme tell you if you do all of them, you are a ROCKSTAR! Good Luck!
Check out the fun we had a few weekend’s ago. This demo was special because it was in my home town of Lafayette, La! I was so happy with the participation at this particular event. Everyone passed by and stopped to check out what was going on. So many people said they recall the day’s of boiling water just to dye something and couldn’t believe how easy our system was.
(doing the Wop right now)
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I hope you enjoyed this post! See ya tomorrow. Huge glittery hugs,jaderbombllc, All rights Reserved. Written For: JADERBOMB
Have you ever tried tissue dying? I found a tutorial while i was wandering round google … as you do.
A silk scarf to dye for on the cosmic cowgirls magazine site
You can get some interesting effects – just make sure you use tissue that bleeds (usually the inexpensive stuff as non-bleed seems to be a selling point) and i’m totally in love with dharma trading – all those lovely white things that need colour…….
Jill! I just did a post on how to die tissue paper! haha
I saw that – how to dye tissue – but the scarf to dye for is using coloured tissue as the dye on a plain scarf.
Brings back memories of when we did tie dye in the 60’s