There are few things as fun for kids as gathering up a bunch of white clothing, dripping and dipping in rainbow colors and laying out in the sun to dry! It’s all part of immortalizing the colors of summer, and you can do the same in your scrapbooks!
While you’re waiting for the shirts to dry, have the kids help in making tie dye scrapbooking pages with the leftover dye.
What you need:
- Some form of dye, like from tie-dying (You don’t need to start off with tie-dying, it’s just more fun this way!)
- Plain scrapbooking pages
- Eye dropper or spray bottle (More than one is better!)
- An outdoors or covered area to work in.
- A fun and colorful scrapbook to put your pages in.
Fill the eye dropper or spray bottle with dye and color different sections of the scrapbooking paper. If you have multiple bottles, you can easily change out colors. Then leave it to dry, either flat or hanging alongside your spiffy new shirts!
These pages will be the perfect thing for you summer photo pages – or better yet as a background for all of your tie dying photos!
Celebrate summer fun with tie dying in your summer scrapbooks and photo albums! What else have you tried tie dying?