So let me tell you…….
When I had the opportunity to work with Rit dye and try out their products, I jumped at it.
You know why?
Not sure, I think I was intimidated, dye, bleach, me, any liquid that can stain, usually don’t go together.
I am so glad I stepped out of my comfort zone and gave it try.
So come along with me and let’s see how this all was done!
With so many colors to choose from, which one would I pick?
26 to be exact both in liquid and powder form. As you can see I was given the liquid form.
You see Sunshine Orange spoke to me,
happy, vibrant and perfect for Halloween.
I decided NOT to go the traditional way of dying fabric. Nothing wrong with that, and I will give it try soon.
I just wanted to try something different.
I had picked up a few of these wood plaque boards at Hobby lobby some time ago.
They were only $2.00 or so a piece.
I certainly can come up with something.
OK, now what?
I painted the Rit dye straight up, no water added, nothing.
It painted on wood just beautiful.
I let it dry for around an hour or so.
Hello family plaque.
I had these cute felt owls from last year.
With Halloween right around the corner, this would be perfect.
Of course the Stick, and pine cone came from my own backyard.
I think this needs to go on the front door.
Now with some of the other wonderful Rit dye color choices, I must get busy.
Disclosure: I wrote this post for Rit Dye and Blue print social. All opinions in this post are my own.