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How to make some totally gorgeously colored natural dyes for play dough using plants and kitchen cupboard ingredients! Add these natural dyes to my best ever, no-cook, zero waste play dough recipe for a brilliantly, all natural play experience for your little ones!

How to make some totally gorgeously colored natural dyes for play dough using plants and kitchen cupboard ingredients! Add these natural dyes to my best ever, no-cook, zero waste play dough recipe for a brilliantly, all natural play experience for your little ones!

How To: Make Your Own Natural Dyes (http://modernfarmer.com/2013/10/natural-dyes/) from Modern Farmer.

Anyone who can make a pot of tea can dye a skein of wool or yard of plain linen to whatever color they want, using commonly found plants.

RUST DYEING                                                       …

We are all familiar with rust, and usually find it a nuisance that we have to either get rid of or avoid. Did you know, however, that the natural property of rust to permanently colour ...

Dyeing Fabric with natural elements

Making fabrics of different colors has become easier now. Believe me, this natural dyeing technique is so addictive and you will never know what color you are going to get each time you try. Dyeing…

Download the Maiwa Guide to Natural Dyes.  The document takes you through the application of the "classic" dyes: those dyes that artisans and guilds have used for centuries. You will also learn everything you need to experiment with garden dyes or wild harvesting. If you can measure ingredients and boil water you can dye with natural colour.

Download the Maiwa Guide to Natural Dyes. The document takes you through the application of the "classic" dyes: those dyes that artisans and guilds have used for centuries. You will also learn everything you need to experiment with garden dyes or wild harvesting. If you can measure ingredients and boil water you can dye with natural colour.

Home Made Play Silks: Dyes from the Kitchen Cupboard http://rachaelrabbit.blogspot.com/2013/10/home-made-play-silks-dyes-from-kitchen.html

One of the really fun things we did this Summer was discover all the things we could dye play silks with (tissue paper & food dye.) We had so much fun dying them and then playing with them. Recently we have been playing a with red cabbage water experiments - which made me think what play silks would look like dyed with these mixtures. And why limit it to cabbage water? In my cupboard we also decided to play with turmeric, paprika & beetroot. Here is my little chemist ready to mix away to her…

Oh my gosh, I have never really known how amazing silk is. ‘And even better than that is how easy it takes Eco Printing. How wonderful can it be when all you need is nature to make permanent impressions for you. Make yourself a Stunning Eco Printing scarf or give as a very unique gift. | For more, see my Textile Arts Boards ~> Fabric: Batik, Paint, Dye... ~> The Art of Batik ~> ThreadPainting ~ Embroidery ~> Quilting & Thread Painting ~> Crochet Euphorium Group

Oh my gosh, I have never really known how amazing silk is. ‘And even better than that is how easy it takes Eco Printing. How wonderful can it be when all you need is nature to make permanent impressions for you. Make yourself a Stunning Eco Printing scarf or give as a very unique gift. | For more, see my Textile Arts Boards ~> Fabric: Batik, Paint, Dye... ~> The Art of Batik ~> ThreadPainting ~ Embroidery ~> Quilting & Thread Painting ~> Crochet Euphorium Group