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Hula Hoop Tie Dye Pattern

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Hula Hoop Tie Dye Pattern
Hula Hoop Tie Dye Pattern
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What is more fun than making your children's tie dye creations into fun and easy wall art? This Hula Hoop Tie Dye Pattern will leave you with a super affordable and easy craft for children of all ages to make. The best part is, you will want to hang up their colorful DIY wall art creation to show off to all your friends. Whether you are looking for a kids craft for you to make together, or something to keep your little one occupied while you get dinner ready, this hula hoop wall art is exactly what you need!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsOther

Primary TechniqueDIY Craft

Easy

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • White Sheet
  • Tulip One Step Tie Dye Kit
  • PlasticTablecloth
  • Hot Glue
  • Cling Wrap
  • Hula Hoop

Hula Hoop Wall Art

How to Craft this DIY Wall Art

  1. Use the rubber bands from the tie dye kit and create the bullseye pattern for your sheet.

  2. Fill your tie dye kit with warm water and shake until all the powder is dissolved. 

  3. Fold your sheet in half and lay it on the table you are working on. Then grab it from the center of the sheet and pull it up.

  4. Grab three rubberbands and section your sheet off into three sections. 

  5. Dip your rubberbanded sheet into some water and squeeze out any excess out. 

  6. Apply a different color of dye to each section of your bullseye pattern. 

  7. Wrap in cling wrap and let sit for 6-8 hours.
     

  8. Rinse out your dye until the water runs clear.

  9. Wash your sheet alone on a cold cycle. 

  10. Dry your fabric.

  11. Lay down your fabric, and lay your Hula Hoop around the center of your sheet. 

  12. Cut your fabric about two inches larger than your Hula Hoop, and hot glue your fabric to the back of your Hula Hoop. 

  13. Hang up your wall art and enjoy!

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