How to use

Getting started

Getting started

First of all it’s important to understand that dyeing flowers is not an exact science. The final colour of the flower will depend on the following factors: Type, quality and colour of the flower The concentration of the dye solution The time the flower is left in the dye solution...
Single colour

Single colour

This technique is used when you want to create a colour that is included in the base set of dyes. As always use fresh not hydrated flowers. Use 2.5 grams of the powder. Add this to 300 - 500ml of fresh water to make the dye solution. Cut stems with sharp floral knife. Dip the s...
Changing a colour

Changing a colour

This technique is used when you want to create a colour that is not included in the base set of dyes. For example if you wanted to make a deeper purple you can mix purple and black dyes. Follow these steps: As always use fresh not hydrated flowers. To create a new colour will take...
Multicoloured

Multicoloured

This is used to create dramatic multi-tone effects. The technique requires experimentation with different flowers, dye solution mixes and dyeing times but the end results are worth all the effort. More colours and more steps can be added. Follow these steps: Once again always use fre...