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Monday, September 17, 2012

More catching up with pictures

Here are the rest of the this and that pictures. Pictures that we have taken of different things.
 
 
Susan was trying to dye her hair.

We were trying to dye it green, using Kool-Aid.

Things You'll Need To Make Homemade Green Hair Dye

  • Glass mixing bowl Lime sugar-free gelatin dessert mix Green food coloring Whisk Hot water Hair collected from your hairbrush Foil or plastic bags Blow dryer
  • It is better to have things all within reach when you start.

Instructions

    • 1
      Boil two cups of water, and allow the water to continue to simmer gently while you're preparing the green hair dye.
    • 2
      Open the envelopes of gelatin and empty them into a glass mixing bowl. You'll need one box of dessert mix for short hair, two for medium length hair and three for long hair.
    • 3
      Add 1/4 cup of boiling water for each package used to the powdered gelatin and whisk to mix well. A thick paste will form. Begin adding boiling water a tablespoon at a time, whisking with each addition, until the paste becomes thin.
    • 4
      Study the color of the green gelatin dessert depicted on the box of Jello. Decide if that shade is the color that you want for your hair to be. If you want a deeper shade of green, add green food coloring a drop at a time, whisking well and following each addition until the paste deepens to the shade that you desire.
    • 5
      Allow the green hair dye to cool just enough for it to be comfortable to apply to your scalp. Use it immediately. Wear disposable gloves when handling the dye because it will stain your skin.




Here is DJ.

Sometimes playing is such hard work.

This is a balloon that I had found for DJ and she loved.

DJ and her grandpa Gil.

DJ and her grandma Linda.

Spot had to get in on the picture with grandpa and DJ.

"Well I always see you all using toilet paper, and now you say bad DJ?"

This is the back of the baloon.

DJ's costume.

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