How to Dye Flowers | Flower Experiment | Easy Science for Kids

Have fun making a colorful bouquet with flowers that you dyed yourself!! The finished flowers brighten up any room and are a great gift for Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, a birthday or any special occasion!

How to Dye Flowers | Flower Dying Experiment | Science for Kids | Science Experiment | Valentines Crafts | Mother's Day Crafts | Crafts for Kids

In this DIY science experiment, you will place white roses into glasses of water with red, blue, green and yellow food coloring. Then, you will soak the roses overnight. In the morning, your roses will be bright and colorful! The shorter you cut the stems, the faster the roses will soak up the color.

 This science project is great for children ages 4 and older with adult supervision. It takes about 15 minutes to prepare the roses for soaking overnight. In the morning, set aside 10 minutes to put the colorful roses into a vase. Kids will be in awe at the roses' overnight transformation!

For this DIY kids’ craft, you will need a dozen white roses, red, yellow, green and blue food coloring, four glasses, water and a vase. 

If you have a great time dyeing flowers with me, please like this children’s craft video, share it with a friend and subscribe to my YouTube channel! You may also like my tissue paper flower craft! They are so fun to make and are the perfect decoration!