Rit Color Perfect Colorful Customized Fluffy Slippers

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by Rebecca Fretty, Rit

Rit Color Perfect Colorful Customized Fluffy Slippers

To make your bedroom slippers even cozier, add your initials and then dye them in your favorite color. This is a fun way to create custom gifts for birthdays and other holidays.

Project Details

  • Level:beginner
  • Time:1 hour

Project Instructions

  • 1
    Project time does not include the time for neither the glue to dry nor the washing and drying of the slippers near the end of this project.
  • 2
    If your slippers aren’t White, start by removing the existing color in your slippers. Fill a stainless steel pot full of water and stir in one package of color remover.
  • 3
    Once the pot simmers, throw your slippers in and stir, stir, stir. After approximately 30 minutes your slippers will be an Off White or Cream color, ready to dye whatever new color you like.
  • 4
    To add initials, use glue. Draw the first initial on the right shoe and the second initial on the left shoe. Let the glue dry overnight.
  • 5
    Apply painter's tape around the sole of the shoes and stuff newspaper inside the shoes so they won't get dye on them. Place the shoes on old newspaper.
  • 6
    Apply the spray applicator to the Passion Pink (or color of your choice) and spray thoroughly over each slipper. Spray generously as the fluff of the slippers needs to be completely saturated.
  • 7
    Spray with dye fixative and let sit for 20 minutes.
  • 8
    Rinse in the sink until the water runs clear and then pop in the washing machine and dryer with an old towel.

Project Details

  • Level:beginner
  • Time:1 hour

Project Supplies

  • Rit Color Perfect Fun and Easy Dye Kit Passion Pink 104795537 (or color of your choice)
  • Rit Color Perfect Stay Dye Fixative 104795549
  • Rit Laundry Treatment Color Remover 104131237 (optional - see step 2)
  • Pair of Slippers
  • Elmer's 4 oz. Washable School Glue Gel 104148254
  • 3M 3/4 inch x 60 yard Painter Masking Tape 104148328
  • Old Newspapers
  • Old Towel
  • Stainless Steel Pot (optional - see steps 2 and 3)