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Sip With Style in This Trendy, Wine-Dyed DIY Scarf
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Sip With Style in This Trendy, Wine-Dyed DIY Scarf

One might argue that spring is simply the most stylish season — and we’re inclined to agree! From budding floral prints to bright, beautiful colors, there’s something about warm-weather style that awakens your creativity and calls out to your inner fashionista.
 
With that in mind, we say embrace your trendy side and flaunt your exceptional taste in both wine and style with a gorgeous, dip-dyed scarf made with Ménage à Trois red wine. This stylish and imaginative DIY project takes the “art of wine” to a whole new fashionable level. Not only is this project a great way to express your inner diva designer, but it’s also an opportunity to use your open bottle of wine in a fresh new way. Dare you let an open bottle go to waste? Not on our watch!
 
We know how spirited you get thinking about drinking and sharing your favorite Ménage à Trois wine — now you’ll be wearing it well, too.  

Tie-Dye Supplies:
- White, 100 percent cotton scarf (or other cotton item)
- Approx. one bottle of Ménage à Trois California Red Wine
- Large bowl
- Rubber bands
- Rubber gloves
- Paper towels or rags for spills
 

How to Make:
1. Get Set Up. If you have purchased a new scarf, machine wash and dry it first, but don’t use fabric softener or a dryer sheet, to avoid leaving any residue on the fabric that might repel the ink. Cover your workspace with a plastic tablecloth (or set this up outside).
2. Prepare Your Wine. In a large bowl, pour approximately one bottle of Ménage à Trois California Red Wine
3. Prepare Your Shirt. Twist the scarf and wrap with rubber bands to secure it in your desired pattern.
4. Wine the Scarf. Place your scarf in the bowl with wine, making sure it is completely immersed in wine. Let soak for 12 hours to allow the wine to set and the colors to become vibrant.
5. Rinse. After 12 hours, put on a pair of rubber gloves, remove the scarf from the wine and rinse it in cold water (without removing the rubber bands) until the water runs clear. Then remove the rubber bands and rinse again. Finally, hang and let air dry.

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