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Paper towel tie dye

Paper towel tie dye-
First add some water and few drops of food coloing to some bowls(we did one bowl for each color and it did not stain but we did only add like 3 drops to each bowl)
Then bowl up a paper towel and let you'r kid/kids have fun dipping it in each color as much as they want. 
Make sure to drain the extra water out before dipping it in another color. 
When done set out to dry.Simple fun and cheap!


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