Put the groovy into your next gathering with a tie-dyed cake. Piped frosting that has been dragged with a toothpick create the bursts of color. And the
This clever idea comes from our fellow crafters across the pond. It's tie-dyed tissue paper! To make some, you'll need to gather the following:
Did you know you can use silk--in this case silk ties--to dye Easter eggs? And that the result is gorgeous? Each is one of a kind and because there's virtually no-mess, there's no excuse to give them a try.
3. Water. Yeah, I know, 'duh', but not for drinking; for DIY water colors!
And speaking of paint....
4. Add unsweetened Kool-Aid to latex paint for a colorful surprise.
5. Hair. Kool-Aid will add a hint of color to dark hair and a lot of color to light...
“Tie-dying” paper is a fun and easy project. And, chances are, you already have everything on hand you need to do it.
Foaming shaving cream
Cookie sheet, or any large shallow pan
Something to stir with
Paper (For this project, I used plain laser printer paper)
Squirt the bottom of the pan with shaving cream as shown.
Spread the foam around evenly. I’d suggest using your hand for this step because it...