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  • Georgi Bulow

    A little science...This would fascinate kids. Rainbow roses, you can do this by splitting the stems into strands and placing each one in food colouring the roses draw the liquid colouring into the petals, amazing! And that was my science fair project in middle school! :) I'm not sure if this would work with Roses but maybe carnations or another flower.

  • Kayleigh Tucker

    i did this for my 11th grade science fair project. 1st place baby :) hehe A little science... Rainbow roses, you can do this by splitting the stems into strands and placing each one in food coloring the roses draw the liquid coloring into the petals, amazing! This would be a fun Mother's Day gift for students to make...

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