Make watercolours at home! Baking Soda Vinegar Cornstarch Corn syrup Mixing bowl with spout Measuring Cups Whisk Food colouring Ice Cube tray Pour 1 cup of baking soda into bowl. Slowly pour 3/4 cup of vinegar (it will bubble and fizz, don't do it all at once!) When they've stopped bubbling, whisk the mixture. Add 2 tablespoons corn syrup. Add 1 cup cornstarch. Whisk the entire mixture until combined. Pour into ice trays. Colour each cube with food colouring. Allow to dry (up to 2 days).
Simple, sweet designs and soft, neutral colors help these pages pair perfectly with pictures of your big day – without distracting from the thousand special details and memories in each of those photos.
How to bleed dye with sharpie markers. This is called tie dye with Sharpies on the original page.This is not tie dye, I do tie dye, There is no tieing involved. this is simply dying, or bleeding the dye onto your shirt. There is nothing wrong with giving an idea its own name, I would call this bleed dying, it's cool and deserves its own title.