May is here and roses are in bloom! Roses are beautiful and great pieces on their own, but if you’re looking for a little more creativity try turning those roses into a colorful mix of petals. Dying roses into specific colors isn’t as hard as it sounds. See below to find out more!
For a more subtle color, like the one seen above, use 5 to 10 drops of food coloring per cup of water. For a more vivid color, add more coloring to the water. We also recommend using white roses as the color will show up clearer.
The estimated time it takes to make these flowers? 10 minutes, plus one to three days of waiting for them to soak it all up.
What You’ll Need
For more details on how to make the perfect rainbow rose, visit Practically Functional.