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How to Make Rainbow Roses for Your Home Decor

The multi-colored rainbow roses are leading industry crafts, items that not only present great interest to the curious eyes but items that can be actually realized at home through simple means. This makes them interesting to any DIY enthusiasts or rose lover and moreover the process can be considered quite educative as there is biology involved. Happily the craft requires simple materials and if you have fresh white roses in your yard the possibilities are endless, one could dye the white rose to in any tone with little to no effort. More information on the coloring process, after the break.
Items Required
Water Soluble Food Coloring
Scissors
Fresh White Roses
Vases or other containers
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How to Get Started
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The project won`t take much of your time nor immense resources, the most important aspect worth mentioning is that white roses should be freshly cut. Coloring roses that have been harvested a week ago and have absorbed the water of a vase ever since will hardly absorb the water that you`ll now serve colored but more on that later on; keep In mind, freshly cut white roses.
The process broken down into steps follows:

Every rose should have his thorns remove and the stem should be shortened to 7-8 inches.

Prepare the food coloring. Take four or five glasses and fill them with water, drop different hues of food coloring in each one and make sure that ink dilutes well in each recipient.

We will now split the stems, refer to the illustration above for graphic aid. You can split the section of the rose however you consider fit but to start with a knife that would split the stem into four pieces could do the job very well. It is important to make this cut as precise as possible as the water transport system must remain intact for the process to work properly. Repeat the process for all your roses.

It is time now to feed the roses. Place each part of the four into a different recipient in the attempt to gain 4 hues on each rose. Play with their position. A useful trick is to use scotch tape to ensure the stability of the roses.

In 4 to 48 hours changes should occur as the roses are slowly absorbing the colors. This process is influenced by numerous factors from ink`s quality to the rose`s size so be patience and don`t give up if your first attempt fails.

Once your roses have absorbed the colors harvest them from your coloring workstation and plant them in your décor, these will become a brilliant focal point.


Decorating With Rainbow Roses
The process is simple enough to encourage one to get creative with colors. From black to green and purple roses could wear a wide variety of colors and hues, all can be obtained through the same method making the process very interesting and intriguing for the mind. One could associate this process with various holidays to create the ideal centerpieces through different colors.
Dried roses can become part of your potpourri alignment and in a similar manner a beautiful pack of dried roses, still intact can be preserved in a mason jar, their legendary look can emphasize your bathrooms décor for  a good amount of time.

Rainbow roses can also become extraordinary gifts to family and friends, loved ones. Nothing compares with a unique rose that you`ve colored yourself.

What do you think about rainbow roses? We would love to hear your valuable feedback on the subject in the comment section below.



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