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How to tie dye filters

Make these fun tie dye filters and hang them in the window, make flowers or use them to decorate other crafts! Great craft for small kids.

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You can really use anything you have on hand. I suggest using a surface cover of some kind. Newspaper or construction paper to catch the blead from the markers.

You can really use anything you have on hand. I suggest using a surface cover of some kind. Newspaper or construction paper to catch the blead from the markers.

Draw on your filters. Don't worry about it being perfect its gunna bleed anyway.

Draw on your filters. Don't worry about it being perfect its gunna bleed anyway.

Here's some my 3 yr old did lol

Here's some my 3 yr old did lol

Watch it spread.

Watch it spread.

A little water goes a long way.

A little water goes a long way.

Just another cute picture of my kid doing it lol

Just another cute picture of my kid doing it lol

You can also use a spray bottle for faster and more even coverage. Then leave to dry. It doesn't take very long at all.

Use them for all kinds of other crafts and projects.

I hope y'all enjoyed this! Leave a comment with any ideas!

  • Flat bottom coffee filters
  • Washable markers
  • Water
  • Q-tip (optional)
  • Surface Cover (optional)