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Whether you are a first time buyer in Colorado Springs or an experienced investor, you will find useful information about how to choose the "right" property in Colorado Springs, making an offer, negotiating, financing, mortgage rates, moving, and everything involved in making an informed real estate decision in today´s market. Colorado Springs is a wonderful place to live.

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If you currently own property and are thinking of placing it on the market, this site contains information about preparing your home for sale, selecting the right agent, pricing your home appropriately, marketing it effectively, going through the inspection processes, and receiving a timely market evaluation

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Tie-dye is another element of your summer soiree that shouldn’t be forgotten. Whether you use it in shirt form or as part of your decor, this simple tie-dye idea will add that pop of color reminiscent of the “far out” time period of the 1960s. Have guests bring their own shirts, tea towels, leggings, or any other white item and leave with something colorful and unique!

 

Materials

Directions:

  1. Soak your plain items in soda ash. Rinse them out, and let them dry.
  2. Put the cooling rack inside of the large pan. Place your plain items on top of the rack.
  3. Cover items with ice, and sprinkle the powdered dye on the ice.
  4. For best results, wait until the ice melts, then rinse out excess dye. Let your items dry.
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