A quick internet search of the topic led me to Butterfly Jungle where they had made Sharpie tie dyed fireworks shirts for the 4th of July. Sounds perfect! All you need are some permanent markers (we found that permanent markers from the Dollar Tree and Bic brand permanent markers worked a bit better than actual Sharpies), fabric/shirt and rubbing alcohol.
Tie-dye isn't just for T-shirts: You can brighten your bedroom with cotton sheets and pillowcases tie-dyed in your favorite color combo. Vary the designs to your liking -- make spirals on the pillowcases, for example, and watery plaid-like patterns on the sheets by using variations in basic tie-dye methods.
What these two techniques do have in common is dark roots and light ends. However, the result is not at all the same. "Ombré hair lightens hair with an almost natural result. Whereas the dip dye creates a rather bold contrast." The transition from roots to ends varies depending on the technique. "Ombré hair features three different colours.
Tie Dye Summer Tote Bag. We are tote bag people. It seems everywhere we go we have more bags than hands. I have no idea why we think we need to take so much stuff with us, but it happens… all the time. So a new tote bag is definitely handy. The best part, this tote bag is handmade with love AND full of summer color.