dyed flowers

In an effort to keep the pretty dyed colors of the weekend alive, I exposed the sharply cut stems of white mums to a food coloring + water mixture. I didn’t use much coloring (2 drops per cup) and let the flowers sit for 48 hours. The result is a bouquet of the most gorgeous colored florals with pretty striping and a perfectly subtle appearance. I absolutely adore them… every one.

The flowers would be a pretty touch for a spring dinner party, to give for Mother’s Day or just to brighten up a rainy April day.

PS. I designed a spring centerpiece using these dyed flowers that you will be able to see in the floral issue of Styled. magazine, out Wednesday April 18th (coming soon!).

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Posted April 10, 2012
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10 Responses to “dyed flowers”

  1. Missy says:

    Happy birthday!!

  2. kat jackson says:

    These are gorgeous and I had no idea you could do this with flowers!

  3. Christi says:

    Beautiful!! That striping effect is just gorgeous!

  4. Lena says:

    Oh my goodness, how gorgeous! I was wondering where these beautiful snaps were coming from on Pinterest today!

  5. Liz says:

    These are SO pretty!

  6. Deb says:

    Gorgeous spring blossoms! A fun and low stress project!

  7. Freya says:

    This reminds me of trying to dye flowers for the science fair!

  8. Rosalind says:

    These are beautiful. I must try this out.

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  10. Glau says:

    Ohhhh worderful.