Great tut butterfly. I will try that this winter if we get enough snow. The fabrics are beautiful. What fun.
That is so cool! We definitely get enough snow around here and I have all the other supplies. I hope to try this out this Winter. Thanks for sharing!
Rats....it doesn't snow here!
What a lovely result, how beautiful were these fabrics, would never ever have thought of that.
Problem, donīt get snow where I am, can you send me a bucket next time it snows please, he he got plenty of sand wonder how that would work.
Have seen it done with pebbles tied in fabric, anyone tried that ?
that's sooooooooooo kewl!
i wonder how it would look if those of us in snowless lands used bags of ice from the store. hmmmmmmmmmmm ....
Hadnīt thought of that Patrice your way kewl.Quote:
Originally Posted by PatriceJ
Will look for some dyes tomorrow and try this one out. I loved the result with the snow.
butterflyspain, i would try it. i think the success depends on the medium and i think sand would spread it out enough. you would probably have to use more dye and wait longer. what do you think? i would start with cheap dye, like rit, made stronger.
patrice, you could probably use shaved ice. maybe?
I am going to try both methods and post a pic for you all to see the results, This could be a disaster or very interesting. :DQuote:
Originally Posted by butterflywing
i did both during the (ahem) early-mid 60's" and had good results. in the winter, i liked the free snow, in summer i liked the cream. :D
did i post the thread about the shaving cream dying?