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I kept looking for a tutorial for kool aid lace dyeing,but I couldn't find any, so I decided to make my own.
Cut you lace to the desired length you want,unless you want it all the same color. I am going to make a baby headband with my lace so I ...
For this piece of lace I chose grape and blue raspberry. (the blue is very pretty by itself too, as you can see in the first picture)
I use hot water, but room temperature water should be fine too. Mix in just a little bit of your kool aid (unless you are dyeing more than just a ...
Once the lace is the color that you want, remove it from the kool aid water and rinse in clean warm water. Once rinsed lay out on a ...
Now you have lace that not only is pretty, but smells like your favorite kool aid. :P
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