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Hippie Chicks

August 22, 2008
Until last Friday I had never tie dyed anything. Then we got the opportunity to try it out with some families from our homeschool group. Boy, I must say it was fun. Waiting with anticipation to see what you have created for a day added to it. There is something to be said about delayed gratification, I think.

The two little girls had my help, of course, but they choose the designs they each wanted to do on their dress from the design book and largely choose their colors, though I helped guide them a bit with that.

Juliana choose to do a spiral and she choose multiple colors, all of them, really. I think that it matches her whirlwind personality and she looks incredibly cute running around in it.

Isabel choose a star design and we didn’t have chopsticks on hand to do the actual design in the book, so we improvised with rubber bands. The star ended up being more of a fireball or nova, but I think that it is also fitting for our fiery middle girl.

Maddy did a bag and she did it on her own. She also whisked it away and filled it up as soon as it was dry, so I haven’t been able to get a proper picture, but you might be able to get something of an idea of what it looks like from this poorly lit picture.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Evelyn permalink
    August 22, 2008 12:08 pm

    I love them! They all came out very good.

  2. Hunny Bunny permalink
    August 22, 2008 6:25 pm

    Perfection!!! I love those projects when their true colors shine. Pun totally intended.
    Hope you have a fabulous weekend, and am anxiously awaiting that Cheap-otle sauce recipe.

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