How Do You Tie Dye On Butcher Paper?
Tie dye often produces images of shirts worn in the ’60s by hippies. Tie-dying has come a long way since then. Instead of just making shirts, you can use this technique to make beautiful designs on paper, which can then be used for invitations, book covers and even wrapping paper. Butcher paper is ideal to use since it comes in big rolls that you can cut to size. This is a great craft to do with the kids. Lay out your newspaper on your work surface to protect it. This project is preferably done outside since it can get messy. Even if working on a patio or deck, be sure to cover with newspapers to prevent staining. Fill the spray bottle with rubbing alcohol. Roll out your paper to the desired amount you will need. Cut two sheets of paper the same size. If making a book cover measure the height and width of the book. Multiply the width by 2 1/2. Add 2 inches to the height. Cut two pieces of paper to match these dimensions. If making wrapping paper determine how big a piece of paper you w