Tulip Tie dye - and my quarantine summer as a "camp counselor"
I have no white cotton left in my house in any way shape or form. It has all been swirled and striped and dipped and iced into some awesome (and some not-so-
awesome) tie dye. My guess is most of the people reading this are in the same boat. But if you aren’t, this little kit comes highly recommended.
It comes with gloves, rubber bands (though in my opinion, not enough of them), and two rounds of tie for each color. There’s also a handy little tip board inside.
Using these kits and these dyes are super easy. I always keep them in the dye for at least 24 hours to make sure it sticks, but other than that it’s pretty foolproof.
I like this particular kit because it comes with some cool colors. I love a bright rainbow swirl, but there is something soothing about the colors in this one. The lavender is really beautiful and is what I used to make my baby girl’s onesie seen below.