I know what you’re thinking, “Are tie-dye crafts still cool?”. Well, last month while I was watching the hit ABC show Revenge, I noticed that one of the actresses was wearing a tie-dye dress, so this craft is not just cool, but it has turned couture as well! Who knows, maybe one of your kid’s tie-dye crafts will be on the runway someday!
1. Tie-Dye Coffee Filter
This is probably one of the easiest tie-dye crafts to try with your kids, and I can’t believe I’m just learning about it now! No need to get messy with dyes and food coloring (though they are coming later), all you need for this craft project is a few coffee filters, water based markers, and water! Before you start with the coloring, cut them into fun shapes for the season or holiday you are celebrating: leaves for the fall, snowflakes for the winter, or flowers for springtime. Stop by prekandksharing.blogspot.com for the complete tutorial.