Ice DyePublished on February 23, 2020 by Marica Ice dye. Beautiful, ain’t it? Created by Miss M.Share responsibly!Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...Related, or so WordPress thinks! Post navigation ← “_Somebody_ has to!!!” I have no excuse → 5 ResponsesIce dye–cool. pun intendedLoading...🙂 Miss M did a few snow/ice tie dyes during the storm and sold them! I don’t quite get it, but I think the idea is that she spreads the dry pigment either over or under the snow that’s on top of the fabric and waits to see what happens.Loading...At our school in Ohio, we had two lakes…one was a dammed up stream, one was apparently a spring. We were only allowed to skate on the spring “lake”. It was really more of a pond than a lake. And we weren’t allowed till the farm hands had tested it – it had to be 5″ thick before we were allowed on it. Usually it was also snow covered, or at least, snow had fallen during the time it was freezing and building up the mandatory 5″. As a result, the ice was usually white, and solid looking. But once in a while, we had one of those deep hard freezes over night, and it froze deep and clear – at least in areas. That was weird. We could see the big gold fish swimming deep under the ice, but it was so clear that it was like skating on air. Spooky! At least for someone not too fond of heights! eventually, the ice got scarred up with skate blade scars and it didn’t look so spooky…but it was still memorable! No art work on it though!Loading...🙂 When I was a kid, there was a pond across the street. It would freeze. We all had skates. It was like the beginning of Charlie Brown Christmas in real life.Loading...We had a pond to skate on, too. Back in the crappy olden days!Loading... Comments are closed.