White or colored sheets of tissue paper (2 pieces for each sheet to be made)
Set of Dye-na-Flow Concentrate – colors of choice
2"-3" wide paintbrush
Cup of water
White trash bag per tissue design
Lay two sheets of tissue, one on top of the other on a flat unopened trash bag on a flat surface.
Using the wide paintbrush, dip into the cup of water and make abstract brush strokes on the tissue paper with just water.
Squeeze drops of Dy-na-Flow randomly on the watermarks on the tissue paper.
Change color and continue to dot the wet tissue paper with the Dye-na-Flow. The colors will bleed together. Make designs of choice, but be careful not to drag the bottles on the tissue paper because it will tear.
Allow tissue paper to dry on the flat trash bag overnight.
SUPPLIES & TOOLS:
Spools of white cotton or nylon ribbon- width of choice
Set of one-step spray tie-dye
Pair of disposable gloves
Unroll a spool ribbon on a flat protected surface into a loose flat pile.
Select a color of spray dye and mist the ribbon in random areas on the ribbon.
Flip ribbon over and spray randomly again. Allow the pile of ribbon to dry.