Mother's Day Crafts
Avocado Tie Dye!
I've always loved natural dye. The softness of the colors. The way seemingly non-descript items produce the most beautiful shades. Inspired by one of my favorite makers, Apprvl, I decided to take a stab at dying some onesies as a last minute mama's day gift for some of the new mom's in my life.
Next, drop the avocado pits in and bring the water up to a boil. Once you have a bubbly boil, turn it down and let the pits simmer in the water for about 20 - 45 minutes. Mine ended up on the longer side, but after about 45 minutes, the water should be a peachy pink.
Don't have avocado? There are SO many things you can use as a natural dye. Next on my list? Citrus peels -- excited especially for lemon and grapefruit (hint, hint).
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