diy, home diy: antique glasses and dip dye cups July 18, 2011 25 Comments Loves me some easy DIY’s that involve everyday household items I already have in my cupboards! How-to:1. Antiqued Glass Votive2. Dip Dye Cups (using homemade dyes made of bearded iris, beets, dahlias and eucalyptus <– amaz or amazzzzz?)Photos: Design Sponge Previous Post Next Post Geri H. I'm an LA girl (who started this blog in 2005!!!!) with an affinity for wellness, clean food & lifestyle tidbits. Thank you for reading for all these years! xx You may also like June 5, 2013 How To Make A Gorgeous Peonies Floral Arrangement May 28, 2013 diy: embellished sunnies 3 ways May 16, 2013 Back To School DIY: Monogram Backpack 25 comments wow! the dip dye cup looks cool! will check it out! thanks for sharing- in-case you wana know, i have a diy on how to make a retro bowl out of a record on my blog…. 😀 http://pinklemonsorbet.blogspot.com/ Meena xxxx Reply Such a great idea! I may try it out. http://louboutinsinlalaland.blogspot.com/ Reply Woah I absolutely love the dip dye cup, it looks really cool… think I might try it! x Reply This comment has been removed by the author. Reply This looks so amazing + creative!xo http://sad–sack.blogspot.com/ Reply great idea, but i already own so many real vintage cups and cocktail glasses….. http://dallianceswithsuitsandskirts.blogspot.com/ Reply these are remamrkable pieces! http://mstwirlyskirts.com Reply Awesome idea!Great job. http://www.momfashionworld.blogspot.com/ Reply Oh! That's a fantastic idea! I need to try that out. Reply <3 Reply That dye cup looks amazing! You should post a step by step. I think a lot of people would enjoy it! Reply The dip dye cup looks awesome! http://imaginaryfeather.blogspot.com Reply Love that dying idea! Fashionable Collections Reply Love the first photo. Beautiful details make abeautiful home 😉 Reply Wow, what great tips cannot wait to try these next weekend! http://www.littleredbook-thatshaute.blogspot.com Reply the tye-die cup is so cool! one in a green and cream color would look amazing! please follow my new blog back! thanks! xoxo,Miss Nine West http://missninemakeup.blogspot.com/ Reply The dip dye cup is amazzzzz 🙂 I like how it looks like there are a lot of colours slowly dripping down the sides, creating that rainbow like affect. I'm try that as a weekend project, thanks for the idea. http://www.style-abuse.blogspot.com Reply so cool I love that dip-dye cup! fantastic idea, esp for a rainy day like today in NY. http://www.dragonnfruit.com Reply Beautiful!Great ideas, thanks! xx GraceDream-Boating Reply Those cups are beauts! Reply The dip dye cup is sooo cute! This is such a great idea – thank you for sharing. <3 Jennifer http://www.shophappyblog.com Reply That cup is beautiful! I'm about to try a DIY beet dip-dye, wish me luck!!km-iamyou.blogspot.comx. Reply looks great! http://www.igoonnon.blogspot.com Reply Love easy DIY. Reply Amazing! I always love popping by your blog- so much personality comes through.. Thank you for sharing! Would love to get my hands on a dip dye cup! x http://www.blancfactory.com Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.