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Tie dye flower vase

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If you put white flowers in food coloring they will change color. So if you have a vase with different sections and you put different coulored food couloring in them, they will all change coulors and you will have a bouquet of bight beautiful flowers. your kids will love seeing them change coulor to.
treetop, May 16 2010

patent pending http://imgur.com/gallery/pfrTTZU
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       can't wait to try it [treetop]!
po, May 16 2010
  

       plausible. pls post imaging.
bungston, May 16 2010
  

       This is an old idea - my daughter did it in her biology class. You can also split the stem and sit it in two different food dyes - you get a corresponding pattern in the flower.   

       I would argue that this is fairly widely known.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 16 2010
  

       the idea, I imagine is for the design of the vase.
po, May 16 2010
  

       If you boil an egg for four minutes, and break it open, you'll find the stuff that usually runs out when you drop it has gone hard, and you can eat it with a knife and fork instead of having to suck it up with a thick straw.
xenzag, May 16 2010
  

       You haven't explained the tieing
pocmloc, May 16 2010
  

       //the idea, I imagine is for the design of the vase.//   

       Aaaargh! Yes, sorry, my reading was too hasty. My apologies to treetop - it's a good idea and you may have a monochrome bun from me.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 16 2010
  

       proffers sugarlump to [MB] & pats on head...
po, May 16 2010
  

       Not while I'm on Atkins.
MaxwellBuchanan, May 16 2010
  

       What [pocmloc] said. Should be "Dye flowers." What's next, gilding lillies? (Yes, yes, I know: *painting*)   

       [xenzag] Thanks, granny.
mouseposture, May 16 2010
  
      
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