If you’re feeling stifled by inadequate palettes at stores, then head to the craft store or your kitchen for your preferred dyeing ingredients. With options aplenty, you can make solids or tie-dye, or experiment with ombre to dress your home and you. The possibilities are endless — as are the mediums and number of dye mixes. So get crazy creative and let us see your newly invented colors! Here are 30 projects to get Dye-IY inspired.

1. Ombre Sundress Dress: Breathe some new life into an old little white dress. You can get as creative and wild as you want with your patterns. (via Brit + Co)

2. Table Cover: This little number wants to be invited to your next get together. (via Brit + Co)

3. Gorgeous Patterned Scarves in 15 Minutes: Four different scarves, all beautiful, all take 15 minutes to make. Why don’t you take an afternoon and try your hand at these so you’re ready for fall with your brand spanking new pashminas? (via Brit + Co)

4. Batik Fabric: Like kimonos and indigo, batik is the latest in DIY endeavors. And this tutorial created by our very own Ella Nimmo is totally out of this world. (via Brit + Co)

5. Tie-Dyed Linen: Upcycle a boring linen tablecloth and host a killer party at the same time with custom-colored table linens. Your neighbors will be so jealous. (via The Lane)

6. Cutoff Shorts: Turn your everyday jorts that match everyone else’s into something unique and summery. Bonus if you can carry them over into the fall (tights?!). (via Brit + Co)

7. Neon Napkins and Tea Towels: Get a little modern in your kitchen by adding some neon to your towels. Experiment with tape, stencils, and stickers to get your napkins looking just like you like. (via Brit + Co)

8. Tie-Dyed and Leopard Spotted: These fun Converse are hand-drawn with dye concentrate and then painted over with fabric paint. Get wild with your designs and let your feet be the party animals. (via Dream a Little Bigger)

9. Double Dip Dyed Napkin Set: Complement those custom tablecloths with your own dip-dyed napkins. If you can incorporate them into your shabby-chic backyard wedding, even better. (via A Beautiful Mess)

10. Tie-Dyed T-Shirt Headband: No need to throw away all those old camp t-shirts! Instead, cut them up and tie-dye them for a perfect headband. These are not reserved solely for dirty hair or summertime. (via The Pretty Life Girls)

11. Ombre Shower Curtain: If you’re feeling like you need a bigger canvas to try dip-dying on, why not trade out your plastic shower curtain for this one? You’ll be totally chic yet effortlessly hippie. (via Brit + Co)

12. Pillows With Dyed Bands: If you’re having trouble finding the right accent pillows at Anthropologie, make your own perfectly imperfect banded pillowcases. Pick any color to match your decor and your life. (via Martha Stewart)

13. Dip-Dye Side-Split Maxi Skirt: Give your ensemble just a teensy pop of color with a dip-dyed white maxi skirt. How much or how little color you add is entirely up to you. (via A Pair and a Spare)

14. Indigo Dye DIY Series:Indigo is the new black. Give a trendy touch to your look with a simple scarf. (via Alice + Lois)

15. Vegetable-Dyed Tablecloth: No need to pick one color. With this tutorial you can dye your tablecloths all the colors of the rainbow. And all of the ingredients are available right in your kitchen! (via A Subtle Revelry)

16. Four Ways to DIY With Indigo Dye: We’re not kidding: Indigo is so hot right now. Make sure you have the dark neutral incorporated into every ensemble with this simple tutorial. (via Brit + Co)

17. Chambray Shirts: Don’t fall in line and blend into the crowd: Add a little color to your chambray look with this super cinchy tutorial. (via Brit + Co)

18. DIY Shibori Plant Covers: After seeing how cute your planters look when you make these fun fabric wraps, you’ll want to make covers for everything. (via Rit Dye)

19. Dip-Dye Animal Bust: You’re always seeing these wooden animal heads, but they’ve never been the right fit for your decor — until now. Dip-dye the heck out of them and suddenly you’ve got yourself the work of art for your space. (via House Homemade)

20. DIY Ombre Dyed Baskets: Get a high-end look with a fraction of the price tag. This project is easy to do and makes such an impact on simple storage bins. (via Erin Spain)

21. Ombre Plant Markers: Gardening season is upon us! These markers will let you keep track of your plant babies with ease AND style. (via Make & Fable)

22. Kool-Aid Dip-Dyed Tassels: Kick it back to your childhood and use some juice crystals to dye your macrame works. Think of the color combinations! (via Lolly Jane)

23. Dip-Dye Flannel Shirt: Put a fresh twist on all your winter plaids using this simple technique. You won’t even recognize your wardrobe when you’re done. (via Brit + Co)

24. Dip-Dye Faux-Fur Crossbody Bag: This is a purse that you need in your life, and it’s such a simple assembly you’ll wonder why you didn’t make one earlier. (via Enthralling Gumption)

25. Dip-Dye Ribbon: With these gorgeous hues, your gifts are essentially works of art. Go bananas with the color combos and your friends will wonder which hip boutique you found it in. (via The Sweep Escape)

26. Dip-Dye Ombre Dress: Summer dresses are meant for cascades of gradient pink and orange. Your Instagram will never be as pretty as when you’re wearing these DIY threads. (via Brit + Co)

27. DIY Grid Curtains: Watercolor pens are the key to transforming plain old white curtains with a custom print. (via Little Green Notebook)

28. Naturally Dyed Pillow Sham: These beautiful peachy-pink shams are dyed naturally, and you can’t beat that. (via A Beautiful Mess)

29. DIY Shibori Tie-Dye Wrapping Paper: Wrapping paper is a year-round thing: There’s always birthdays and “just because” gifts, and that’s enough to warrant a solid collection of patterns. (via Damask Love)

30. DIY Dyed Handkerchiefs:Bandanas are the most underrated accessory: They go with literally everything! Expand their color palette with this fun DIY. (via The House That Lars Built)

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(Additional reporting by Ariel Garneau)