How Do You Dye Queen Annes Lace Different Colors?
• Pick as many Queen Anne’s lace flowers you want. Cut off the roots, but leave a stem of at least 5 inches. Bring them inside. • Take out your supplies (food coloring, water, and some sort of waterproof container). Pour in the water. You don’t need much. But don’t drown your flower! • Add about 3-5 drops of food coloring. • Leave your flower in its holder until it changes color. You don’t need to take it out, because leaving it in will make it last longer. Enjoy! Feel free to experiment with different colors.