• Added Feb 23, 2014

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Feb 24, 2014

Justyne P.

Wow I might actually go try that :)

Feb 24, 2014

Blu L.


Feb 24, 2014

Lauren L.

@Margarita J. The roses stem was split into four quarters, as shown in the bottom left corner of the picture. Each section was placed in a glass of water colored with different colored food coloring. The sections of the stem feed different parts of the rose, so they turn the color of the water that the stem was placed in:)

Feb 23, 2014

Margarita J.

How can you do that.