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Tie Dye Fourth of July Pennant and a Tie Dye Linky Party!

tie dye fourth of july banner

Tie Dye is so fun. So when I Love to Create sent me an amazing Tie Dye package, I knew I wanted to make something to spruce up the #1905Cottage for the Fourth of July. And there’s something so festive about pennants. Tie dye Red White and Blue Pennants!

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So my cute daughter Hannah and I made a little patriotic tie dye project. And I think it looks so cute on the front porch of the cottage!

tie dye fourth of july pennant tutorial at tatertots and jello

Here’s how we made this easy Red White and Blue project!

tie dye template

I made a simple template for the pennants using cardstock paper. And traced the outline onto plain cotton fabric. Then I cut out the shapes.

We made 12 pennants.

I divided the pennants into two batches.

Then we rolled each batch up and put two rubber bands around the top and bottom of the rolled pennants.

Then Hannah took red tie dye and put it on the top of one batch and the bottom of the other.

And blue tie dye and put it on the bottom of one batch and the top of the other.

Then we let them dry for about 6 hours.

After the dye was dry, we unrolled the pennants and then sewed the pennants onto big ric rack, alternating the two different designs.

Then we hung it up at the cottage. So cute!!

Such a simple project that makes such a festive impact!!

tie dye kit

tie dye make

tie dye patriotic pennant tutorial

And guess what??

patriotic tie dye banner tutorial at tatertots and jello

 

Want to try it?

You can win a Tie Dye Party Kit for 10 people. This includes shirts, tie dye kits and everything you need to have a fun crafty afternoon with your friends.

TDYS Prize

 

How fun is that??

Here’s how to win!
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Have you made any tie dye projects?? Share YOUR ideas in the comments – just leave a link and we can come over and see what you made!!  



Happy tie-dyeing!

xoxo

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Comments

  1. Look great! Thanks for the info
    Marni @ HaberdasheryFun recently posted…DIY.. Fabric Bin With Handles

  2. Hey, Jenn! How are you? It appears that your linky party for today is already closed. Did you intend that??!
    Rose :: FCG Crafts DIY recently posted…Quilting Terms for Beginners

  3. Love your pennants, and sewing them on Ric Rac is such a great idea.
    Allie recently posted…Tie Dye Your Summer Linky Party

  4. I’m not usually big on tie dye but this looks super cute and I love the trim added!
    Anele @ Success Along the Weigh recently posted…Get on that and what I’m reading this week

  5. Fun!! My son loves making tie dye shirts :)
    Rebecca | LettersFromSunnybrook recently posted…Get Motivated! Summer Activities Challenge

  6. Too cute Jen! Love all your 4th of July projects!
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