Orange is a rare color in Minecraft, and if you can get your hands on orange dye, then you have a variety of blocks that you can dye orange and include in your builds. This blog post will highlight all the ways to get orange dye, and how to use it.
Method 1 (Craft it):
1. Find an orange tulip.
2. Put it in your crafting grid/table and craft it into orange dye. Done!
Method 2 (Mix it):
1. Get red dye by crafting it from red tulips, rose bushes, or poppies (note that rose bushes give you two red dye while red tulips and poppies give you one).
2. Get yellow dye by crafting it from dandelions sunflowers (note that sunflowers give you two yellow dye while red tulips and poppies give you one).
3. Put the red and yellow dye together in a crafting grid/table and craft them into orange dye. Done!
Uses of Orange Dye in Minecraft
Orange dye can be used to dye anything in Minecraft, from glass to your bed, and even a sheep. To dye a sheep, simply right click on it with the dye and its wool will turn yellow (this is faster than individually dying the wool of a sheep because when you dye the sheep you can shear it for more than on piece of wool). For any other item you need to combine it with the dye in a crafting grid/table to dye it. Note that you can only dye white/base colored items.
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