15 Things You Didn't Know You Could Dye
You've dyed it all: table linens, tea towels, cotton blouses, and you mastered the art of shibori
like a pro. So what's left? You'd be surprised. Beyond fabrics, take on these one-of-a-kind dyeing projects. And suddenly, your entire home will be awash with new colors.
These dime-a-dozen plain pillar candles were dip-dyed into a cohesive, cool-toned collection. And here's the magic: all you need are candles, a slow-cooker, and a secret ingredient to bring color to the dye bath.
You bet, even buttons! It's a perfect solution to replacing a button in a certain color. These are wood, fabric, and mother-of-pearl (the last one requiring a more concentrated dye bath).
And on your front door to greet the guests? A radiant fall wreath of corn husks turned colorful.
Do your sneakers need an extra kick? Plain canvas shoes come in a dye-it-yourself rainbow of colors.
Yes, pom-poms. For when you need to customize them to a craft project or party color palette, a dip in the dye will make them pop with a new color.