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LAURA POLO CID

ESTAN DIVINAS ESTAS IDEAS GRACIAS POR COMPARTIR

SALUDOS LAURA POLO CID

snadra

hola me gusto mucho sus tintes vegetales y que pena que no sepa ingles para escribirles como se debe

MK

Hi - I am looking into making natural dyes for a project and I was wondering, with the one you made: how long does it keep for? I need to make it in a few days in advance of the activity.

Thank you -

M

Having Fun at Home

I would love to post a link to this article on my blog. Would you mind emailing me about permission to do so? (I would especially like to use an accompanying photo from your post with the link if you wouldn't mind)

kmagill1212 (at) gmail (dot) com
Thanks!
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Amy

Love, love, love this shirt!!! I would have never guessed it was made from the dye of dandelion flours and paint. Your son did a great job!

Shelley Noble

Fantastically cute shirt! Great project! Well done!

Amy @ Let's Explore

What a great project - I love the shirt made with his dandelion drawing! We'll be doing something like this for sure... :)

melissa

Oh, I love this idea! Dandelions are so happy!

Jessica

I love this t-shirt idea. I have a little, special place for dandelions...they fall in my: if they're a pretty weed let them grow: philosophy. Happy Tuesday!

 Tanya

That is SO COOL. And such clear instructions - I now know a brilliant activity to do with my visiting nieces in a couple of weeks. I'll post the results on my blog as well :)

Annie

I love his dandelion drawing, it's just adorable! I need to try this freezer stenciling thing :)

Ellen

The shirt came out great. I love the idea of using something 'free' from nature to enhance our lives. Have you thought about dandelion tea or eating the leaves too? I've only heard about those things- haven't had quite the courage to give it a try.

maya

What great afternoon fun!

Nina

Way cool, Little Brother...waaay cooool.

Madeline

oops. I wouldn't really call this a beast idea! It is a "best". ; )

Madeline

You always ahve the beast ideas! I'm going to do this with the kids for father's day (the stencil part anyway). We'll have to wait for more time to do the dying.

jessica

Oh, I just love all of it, dying with dandelions, the tutorial, and your son's drawing looks great, very contemporary

Kristen

All those dandis look so pretty in the pot! As does the shirt on your boy! Can't wait to try some of that stenciling-I only bought 3 rolls of freezer paper over a year ago to try it! Must get started.

Christie

This shirt is way cool! I would pay money for one! Such creativity there.

homemoma

wow. that is such a great idea. especially done in impromptu.

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