Looking for a super fast and easy project to work on? If so, I would definitely recommend trying out some dip dying DIYs. And today’s project is actually a good way to dip your toes (couldn’t help myself) into this technique…
I originally made these dip dyed gift tags for Project Wedding and they’re SO easy, you can make them in less than five minutes. The process is similar to the dip dyed stationery sets I made a couple of months ago, only easier. Want to make your own?
Here’s how you can make your own dip dyed gift tags in just a few minutes…
Mix up watercolor paint with water in a small container. I used an old mug, since I happen to have one lying around. Stir well and continue adding paint until you have a highly concentrated color. Next, dip the tags into the watercolor mixture. Then, remove from the paint and let the tags air dry on a paper towel or old rag. Write a message and add to gifts, mini bouquets, etc. Simple as that. Done and done!
For more photos from this DIY, visit Project Wedding.
Concept, photography, and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff
What DIY techniques have you been experimenting with lately? Anything in particular?