How to make a Photo-Print Hair Ribbon

The Alice in Wonderland trend is just raging at the moment. Have you hopped on board yet? :)

If you haven't, it's not too late! You can try out this super duper fluper cool idea of printing your favourite film negatives onto a hair ribbon and making it yours.

It's an especially fun and sweet gift for the photography enthusiast. Along with the Canon Lens Mug, of course. You could use negatives of your favourite holiday, honeymoon, or fun jump shots with your best friend as a birthday gift for her.

Coolios, right? So much funner than just printing them out and putting them into photo frames. You could even roll the ribbon onto a spool, put it in a fancy box with paper tissue, and she can unravel it to see the images. Da-yum, I'm such a fantastic friend.

Images and Tutorial taken from UpCraft

These are all the materials you'll need:
Violet Inkodye, foam brush, pins, silk ribbon, black and white negatives and a work surface board.

Pour Inkodye from the bottle, and try not to dilute it.

Place your negative on the board, shiny side down. 

Take the board into the sun and you'll see your photos develop right before you!
These are just some of the important steps, but you can find the whole tutorial at Up Caft.

And you're finished!