First of all, I want to thank Briana from Sun and Lace for asking me to be a guest blogger. I am in no way an expert in anything, nor am I an inspirational writer; however, I love sharing this momagrapher life I live with my two littles, Waverly (4) and Brody (2) in our home state of Idaho. Hope you enjoy this experiment and can live a little through these photos.
I'm always looking for fun ideas, crafts and experiences to do with my toddlers. To celebrate spring, St. Patties day and my obsession with flowers, I decided we should make rainbow daisies and share our experiment with you all!1. First of all, head to your local store and pick up a bundle of white daisies and food color drops. You can use most any white flower, but carnations and daisies seem to soak up the dye the quickest.
2. When you get them home, place the flowers in the refrigerator for a few hours to let them dehydrate a bit, a thirsty flower will drink up the water faster.