As we continue to celebrate color all month, we're thinking that this current design trend is a perfect fit for kids. The look is a touch more subdued than the groovy tie dye of our camp years, but still jubilant in a color-outside-the-lines way. It's something we would sooner DIY than buy, so turn it into a fun family activity and find your next target. Dye something new or cover a multitude of stains on a pre-loved item.
Curtains This is an easy way to add color to a bedroom or play area.
Canvas Totes Perfect for toy storage and quick clean-ups, they will take dye beautifully.
Linens Make one-of-a-kind bedding or dip dye a bunch of pillows for a colorful pillow pit.
Clothes Sure, you could buy a Splendid Littles dip dye outfit for around $70, but why not grab some cotton basics and go to town?
The process is pretty self-explanatory, but Martha Stewart has some great project suggestions and strategies here. If you want to work on a smaller scale, take it indoors and get a leg up on holiday prep, check out Martha's dip dye wrapping paper.
(Image: Martha Stewart)