Rit color perfect

Hey there everyone!

You know I’m all about putting on the Rit, Rit, Rit!

Had to make that catchy for ya.

I am also excited to share that I am part of the

  “Rit Dyesigner Network.”

Rit has a new line of Rit color perfect.

It’s a fun, new and easy dye kit with pre- mixed, ready to use liquid dye.

3 easy to use applicators as well.  

Easy clean up, which is the best part of any project!

Being brilliant with color has never been easier.

Head on over to the Rit studio to see what I made.

I have two fun projects:

FOR the full tutorials and how to,

please be sure to head on over to the studio:)

dyeing dollar tree baskets

Color perfect by rit dye. Dyeing baskets

and dyeing terra cotta pots.

creating a rustic terra cotta pot with rit dye color perfect

FUN, and so easy.

creating a rustic terra cotta pot with rit dye color perfect 024

See you at the Rit studio.

Hope you subscribe to Debbie doo’s here so you don’t miss anything new and exciting I have going on.

I have been compensated by Rit for my work. However, all opinions and project ideas are my own.

Color Perfect will become available at AC Moore within the next few weeks. It will be there exclusively for 2 months before it is widely available. Currently, Dye Perfection can be found at Walmart. 

 

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  1. says

    Well, if you can be punny, so can I. Therefore, I will say that I am DYING to try some of these projects.
    Actually, I AM. I am finally home after my caregiving adventure with my mom and anxious to DO something creative.

  2. says

    I love the idea of spraying the Rit dye, and it isn’t an aerosol! And the terra cotta pot looks awesome…I want to try that one on some of my older pots. I’ve picked up a couple of bottles of the Rit, but still haven’t got around to using them yet. I’ll have to see if I can do a couple projects with them tomorrow. I’ll go put them on my table right now so I don’t forget…again. lol
    Debbie :)

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