Simple and inexpensive cellphone covers are dip dyed to give a wonderful color blocked water color effect!


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When I heard that Rit Dye launched a new product called Rit DyeMore that would dye synthetic materials I just had to try it out!  It’s every bit as cool as I had hoped, you can actually dye many plastics and other synthetic materials now!  The results are bright and fun.  There are so many new possibilities.  I have a feeling my craft projects are going to be a little bit more colorful from now on!

To learn more about dyeing visit ritstudio.com

Rit DyeMore can be found on Amazon or ritstudio.com

You will need:

Rit DyeMore in the color(s) of your choice

plastic cell phone cover in white - available on Amazon

  1. prepare the dye bath on the stovetop as stated in the DyeMore instructions on the bottle.
  2. simply dip dye half of your phone case in the dye bath until it reaches your desired color.
  3. allow to dry completely.
  4. prepare your second dye bath and dye the other half of your cover.
  5. allow to dry completely.
  6. Call your sweetheart and enjoy!

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Rit DyeMore will work on most synthetic materials.  I experimented with many different items to find materials that took the color best.  It’s such a fun process!



 


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