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  • Olivia Geiger

    Kool-Aid Dyed Playsilks

  • Jane Wang

    Dyeing Playsilks with Kool-Aid: Elizabeth grew up with a set of colored silk play scarves which lived in a nylon net bag covered with tiny gold stars. Someday I'd like to make these for another little girl I know who is not quite old enough yet.

  • Vanessa Kerr

    Dying playsilks with kool-aid

  • Denise Semanchin

    koolaid playsilks

  • Emily O.

    Kool-Aid dyed silk scarves for pretend play/movement. Another great idea from The Artful Parent!

  • Tucker Graham

    dyed silk play scarves

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