but we had even more fun folding and dyeing paper towels!
The girls had SO much fun (and I did too!), and we were proud of our finished paper towels! After the paper towels dried, the girls folded them and handed them out for people to use as napkins on Easter Sunday. They were very proud and excited about this!!!
Wow that is really cool! Great results! I will have to try this with my girls. I think have another set of egg dye!ReplyDelete
Felicidades, lucen preciosos!!
What do you use for dyeing? Sounds brilliant!ReplyDelete
My daughter loves using felt pens on wipes... to the same effect?
I've been wondering if it would be worth buying the dye for other activities! Maybe I can still find some on clearance!ReplyDelete
Sorry ladies :) is it food coloring you use for dyeing? thanks!ReplyDelete
I'm sorry my English is not very good but I love your blog and I've been following it for more than a year It is very inspiring I've been checking it every day to see if somebody answered my question about how to dye but I'm sad not to havehad any answer, especially since my girl and I would love to try it. I've tried with food coloring but it was a disaster :/ please somedy answer me!!ReplyDelete
I'm sorry I haven't answered you, Annie! We used the little pellets of dye that come in egg dyeing kits. Hope that helps!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your answer!ReplyDelete
Pity I don't know what these egg dying kit are..Thanks anyway! As I said love your blog!
Man oh man now I wish I had loaded up on all those egg dye kits that were on clearance after Easter. The napkins look lovely. I saw on another blog where they had made napkin rings out of toilet paper tubes. Maybe I'll set my toddler up with this for a fancy tea party/afternoon snack.ReplyDelete
You can also use water based markers, even dot markers and spray with water.ReplyDelete