Rit Dye DIY with Debbie Doo’s!

October 16, 2013 | by Jocie (email) |

A big ‘ole welcome to Debbie from Debbiedoo’s who is joining us today to share some fabulous Rit Dye DIY. Debbie is super sweet and talented, so I hope you visit her and say hello on her site and social media. In case you missed it, I was over at her blog yesterday sharing my DIY clay leaf bowls. So come say “hi!”

Hey Better Halfers, and One Project Closers!

Debbiedoo’s here and happy to be sharing some of my crafty antics or whatever it is you like to call what I do:)

I have been a stay at home Mom now for 16 years and if you would have told me someday I would be sharing and writing about crafts and diy projects, I seriously would have said NO WAY.

Been fun and today I am sharing my latest creations of mixing Rit dye and Mod podge and painting on glass.

Believe it or not, it has NEVER been done before. I found that out for a fact from the Rit dye peeps themselves.

Goes to show, not everything has been done before.

For every good experiment there is a new beginning.

I call these the doo-overs.

My first creation went haywire, and to be honest, I was not even that thrilled with it.

Paiting on glass with mod podge and rit dye

Took me a while to get the formula down.

But now, I got this!

Coastal rit dye vase with mod podge and teal rit dye {Debbiedoo's}

Every single one of these experiments I do a little different.

Again, they are all experiments and that is what makes them fun, and your own.

You really can’t mess up.

sunshine orange vase with Rit dye  Debbiedoo's

You can even achieve a faux stained glass look.

faux stained glass window with rit dye and mod podge

The colors are awesome and there are many ways you can experiment with rit dye on glass.

There’s more.

You can check out my

RIT DYE gallery.

I have the full tutorials and step by steps over at my blog.

Thanks Jocie for having me over today.

3 Responses
  1. debbiedoos says:

    So nice to be here…really thank you so much for sharing Jocie!

  2. Lynn says:

    Love Debbie and her crafts that she shares! She always provides great tutorials!!

  3. I’m still in love with that little coastal number 😉 And the stained glass creation is pretty spectacular!! Nice getting a peek at them again.

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