Marble Wine Bag
For the hostess with the mostest. Dress up your favorite vino with this no-sew wine bottle bag upcycled from an old tote bag using the marbling method with shaving cream. We know it sounds weird, but the effects are truly marble-ous.
We’ll never get over how beautifully Rit dyes wood. Because it’s a water-based dye, it allows the natural wood grain to shine through, adding depth and texture that you’ll never get with a paint or stain.
Fall Foliage Place Cards
Yep, you can dye paper. it’s a perfect match for invitations, gift tags, greeting cards or scrapbook pages—and in this case, place cards.
Ginkgo Ombre Napkins
We traded in our squeeze bottles for spray bottles and experimented with our favorite autumn colors including our all-new Marigold to create these napkins perfect for hosting this fall.
These dyed corn husk pumpkins are a creative way to add a warm glow to your space this fall. Scroll down to see how our friend Nikk Alcaraz of @practicalpeculiarities brought these pumpkins to life using empty toilet paper rolls and some fairy lights.
Table Runner + Napkins
Looking for the perfect harvest color? A little mix of our All-Purpose liquid dye in Tangerine, Cocoa Brown and Scarlet creates the perfect fall shade.
Sunflower Cornhusk Wreath
Our friend @jojotastic did a simple dip dye to create this sunflower wreath that’s perfect for welcoming your guests this fall.
Tie-Dye Velvet Pumpkins
Not your grandmother’s velvet pumpkins. We took the classic fall table decor staple and gave it a colorful, tie-dye twist with Rit DyeMore for Synthetics.