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Explore the Colors of Nature

See the latest in Workshops, Online Classes, Tutorials and Videos exploring natural color.

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Zoom ICE DYEING with Natural Dyes - Vimeo Link
Zoom ICE DYEING with Natural Dyes - Vimeo Link
Zoom ICE DYEING with Natural Dyes - Vimeo Link
Zoom ICE DYEING with Natural Dyes - Vimeo Link
Zoom ICE DYEING with Natural Dyes - Vimeo Link

ICE DYEING with Natural Dyes - Vimeo Link


This video is a pre-recorded class and not a live class. Once purchased you will receive a private vimeo link. Cara has paused the mentioned bi weekly sessions, but please reach out to with any questions you might have.

Learn how to use ice ( how to make your own dye ice cubes as well ), snow, frozen flowers and natural pigments to make swirling beautiful ice patterns on natural fibers. Cara will cover ways to make larger pieces, the different types of marks that are possible and demonstrate how to dye a Henley. 

She will also cover how to use pH modifiers to shift the colors of your natural dyes. You will also receive a resource packet and written instructions with your class that have links to tools and different materials needed across the globe for your projects.

The Video is 42 Minutes long. 


Botanical Dyeing Wedding Service




We use a natural dyeing process called Bundle dyeing.  It works through using steam and non - toxic mordants to transform the clients bridal bouquets into beautiful floral prints.


The process will take one month to 6 weeks from the delivery
of the flowers and the confirmation of the purchase order. We will need approximately three of the wedding arrangements for the process, depend-ing on the garment chosen. After the wedding, they can be sent in airtight containers (I.e., ziplock bags, ball jars), and we would prefer them dried. 

We can derive color from most flowers/greens, including white. Please note, however, that colors do NOT come out in this process as the same color as the flower. Because of our rust based mordant the palette typically consists of blues, grays, greens and purple tones. Sometimes eucalyptus will turn red.


If interested in the look book, please email