Dye to DIY — Halloween Dyeing Tricks and Treats

Posted by on Oct 18, 2014

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Halloween is the perfect time for dyeing (insert evil laugh here). There's really nothing to be afraid of (another evil grin). 

Dyeing your own fabrics and wearables gives you loads of options for Halloween costumes and parties, which is especially handy when you have kids who change their minds ten times in the days leading up to the haunting hours. Click here to learn more about general dyeing techniques, then try some of these "dye to DIY" projects — have fun! 

Learn the secret tricks for successful dyeing so you get the best results every time.

candy corn dyed pillowcase halloween treat bag
Angela Daniels
Turn a pillowcase into a candy corn Halloween treat bag.

dyed superhero kids tee shirt
Pattye Duffner
Give your favorite super hero a Captain America shirt and shield.

dyed dog bandana
Rebecca Fretty
The pup deserves a little spirited fun with this tie-dyed bandana.

dyed pillowcase monster halloween treat bag
Angela Daniels
Here's another take on the pillowcase treat bag — a big googly-eyed monster!

black dyed pumpkins
Dianne Giancola
Mix dye with decoupage medium and paint your pumpkins bewitching black.

dyed glue resist halloween cloth napkins
Gabrielle Blair
Learn how to use glue as a resist for these spooky cloth dinner napkins.

rainbow dyed hightop sneakers
Angela Daniels
Every sixties star child needs rainbow-dyed high-tops ... hippie chick chic.

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