Dip Dyed Marshmallows


This is a super-easy DIY dip dye marshmallow project. All you need is some food coloring and a package of marshmallows. Make several bowls of different colors to dip the marshmallows into, and let marshmallows dry on wax paper or non-absorbing surface.  I used half a cup of water for each color, mixed with McCormick Food and Egg Coloring Dye.

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Dusty rose: 14 drops of red + 6 drops of blue

Orange sunset: 17 drops of yellow + 3 drops of red

Lime green: 17 drops of yellow + 5 drops of green

Pretty purple: 15 drops of blue + 5 drops of red

This would be a fun project for kids. Happy dip-dying!



I am a lifelong New Yorker who recently swapped the subway for the California sunshine. I'm 6'3" tall, and am always working my way through a list of creative projects that's longer than myself. I have a natural curiosity for figuring out how things are made. Currently hooked on Fabletics, dried mango, succulents and my labradoodle. When I'm not blogging here, you can find me designing jewelry, concocting new fragrances for my bath & body shop, daydreaming about one day living on a flower farm, and sourcing and shipping your jewelry supplies. Visit me at the links below if you want to connect!!

January 31, 2015