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How To Create Minecraft’s 16 Dyes

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How To Create Minecraft’s 16 Dyes

In Minecraft, Dyes are one of the primary ways to add color to the game world is to change the natural color of a lot of objects, blocks, and mobs. Minecraft players have the same opportunity to do so with the use of dyes. Dyes are primarily used to recolor popular items such as beds, the collar of a tamed pet, stained glass, and more. Many dyes are found naturally and some of them can be made by combining a white dye with a dye of different colors. There are 16 different colors of dye.

How you can make Minecraft’s 16 Dyes:

  • To make white dye: Here all the player has to do is collect some bones, which are easiest found by killing skeletons. Skeletons, like most hostile hordes, are born in dark places like caves and during the night cycle. For Minecraft gamers interested in collecting a ton of bones or white, a hostile mob farm can really help with this. Lily of the valleys can also be used, which are found in flower forest biomes.
  • To Make Red Dye : Red rose bush, poppy or beetroot can craft red dye. Place one of the flowers or beetroot anywhere in the crafting table to yield 1 red dye.
  • To Make Orange Dye : Combining yellow dye and red dye in a crafting window or table. However, players can also convert orange tulips that are found in the Overworld into orange dye.
  • To Make Pink Dye: By using 1 pink tulip or 1 peony(flower) anywhere in the crafting table, you’ll get 1 pink dye from the pink tulip and 2 pink dyes from the peony. You can also combine 1 red rose dye with 1 white dye to get 2 pink dyes.
  • To Make Yellow Dye: Sunflowers and dandelions are all a Minecraft player needs here. They both can be converting into yellow dye. Also yellow dye can be found in chests found within mason houses in certain Minecraft villages.
  • To Make Lime Dye : Simply mixing white and green dye in a crafting table or by smelting sea pickles, which can be found growing admits coral reefs.
  • To Make Green Dye :Go to any desert biome and start on the hunt for some cactuses. Then the Minecraft player just needs to pop the cactus in a furnace with a heat source, and presto some green dye will be cooked right up.
  • To Make Light Blue Dye: Just find a blue orchard, which are found in swamp biomes, and craft it by itself into light blue dye. Minecraft players can also mix blue and white dye for the very same result
  • To Make Cyan Dye : You can combine Lapiz Lazuli( blue dye ) and cactus green dye anywhere in the crafting table to obtain a Cyan dye. It will yield 2 Cyan dyes.
  • To Make Blue Dye : Blue dye can be crafted directly from cornflowers found in the Overworld. Minecraft players can also use any lapis lazuili that they have found while mining.
  • To Make Magenta Dye: Mix of purple dye and pink dye in a crafting table, simple and straight forward. Minecraft players who prefer the flower route, can also convert alliums.
  • To Make Purple Dye: Mix between red dye and blue dye, in the same method as the other mixed dyes on this list.
  • To Make Brown Dye: This one is found by gathering cocoa beans from cocoa found in jungle biomes. It is a simple craft conversion from a crafting table.
  • To Make Gray Dye: Just place one of each side by side horizontally, and gray dye can be crafted. In Bedrock Edition, players can also try their luck with a Wandering Trader.
  • To Make Light Gray Dye: The are three different flowers that players can use to craft light gray dye, with those being azure bullets, white tulips, and oxeye daisies. Also, gray dye and white dye can be mixed for the same result.
  • To Make Black Dye: Black dye is crafted from Ink sacs, which can be obtained the simplest way by killing squids. Just go to a large body of water, search for these tentacle creatures, and slay away. This dye can also be obtained from Wither Roses, which spawn whenever a Wither kills another living mob. However, this is a much more high risk method and gathering from squids is far safer and easier.
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