Learn how to make a crayon melting masterpiece in minutes with this easy #DIY project!

Learn how to make a crayon melting masterpiece in minutes with this easy #DIY project!

Non-toxic dyes - Fixative: 2 l cold water, 5 dl vinegar. Soak minimum 1 hr. Rinse to clear and wring out excess water. Dye: 2 l water, 8 tbsp turmeric powder. Heat up water and plant material in large pot. Let simmer for 15 min. Add wet fabric and soak for 1 hr. Rinse to clear and hang to dry.

Non-toxic dyes - Fixative: 2 l cold water, 5 dl vinegar. Soak minimum 1 hr. Rinse to clear and wring out excess water. Dye: 2 l water, 8 tbsp turmeric powder. Heat up water and plant material in large pot. Let simmer for 15 min. Add wet fabric and soak for 1 hr. Rinse to clear and hang to dry.

Tutorial - how to make natural dyes for paper, at home in your kitchen

Tutorial - how to make natural dyes for paper, at home in your kitchen

Medieval Dyeing. interesting site about historic crafts (woodturning, basketry, felting, weaving...)

Medieval Dyeing. interesting site about historic crafts (woodturning, basketry, felting, weaving...)

This is so beautiful, I can't stand it! Love, love, love the leaves.  India Flint - marks on paper

This is so beautiful, I can't stand it! Love, love, love the leaves. India Flint - marks on paper

Make beautiful stenciled Easter eggs using plants from your garden and natural dyes made from cabbage, beets, onion skins, ground coffee and turmeric.

Make natural dyes for your Easter eggs from your garden fodder and edibles: The Pecks

Make beautiful stenciled Easter eggs using plants from your garden and natural dyes made from cabbage, beets, onion skins, ground coffee and turmeric.

Pretty! Use a hammer to transfer the natural dyes from fresh flowers and leaves to fabric

Pretty! Use a hammer to transfer the natural dyes from fresh flowers and leaves to fabric

Dying fabrics using nature's items! Salt water soak for fabric if using foods to dye; vinegar water soak if using plants to dye. I want to try this!

Dyeing Fabric Using Items From Nature

Dying fabrics using nature's items! Salt water soak for fabric if using foods to dye; vinegar water soak if using plants to dye. I want to try this!

Where it is from, how to use it. Complete info about Dragon's Blood

Where it is from, how to use it. Complete info about Dragon's Blood

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