Reposted from A Bubbly Life.
Inkodye has been on my DIY radar for quite a bit of time and now that I have used it once—I am hooked. I chose magenta dye, I thought the color bridged summer/fall quite well and can see the runner used for either season.
1. Gather Materials
Sketch out or decide leaf placement before painting Inkodye.
Tape the runner down to a large piece of cardboard (it makes painting much easier if it is taped down)
4. Apply Ink
Paint Inkodye onto runner and put your leaves down in desired placing. Make sure to do this in a dim area, away from sunlight.
I painted in my garage then carried the cardboard out to sun- Inkodye begins to develop immediately-so you want the leaves on fast (hence deciding before painting)
Expose 10-20 minutes and watch as the color develops! (The Inkodye bottle states 10 mins in full sun and 20 in partial)
Machine wash using Inkowash and the dye is permanent!
7. You're Done!
You have a unique decoration that will brighten up any room!