No, I saw some paper in a magazine and they said to use 1/3 cup dye....way too much. So I experimented and came up with the following:
3 Child's plastic drinking straws - with ridges - usually come with a kids dinner in a plactic cup at olive garden, unos, etc.
3 Small medicine measuring cups - like from cough syrup or nyquil
1 rubber glove
1 measuring spoon
3 re-inker dyes (I used a blue, a teal, pink/purple)
Cardboard or several layers of newspaper to cover your workspace
8-10 sheets of white CS (tried the glossy - didn't like the effect as well)
place 10 drops od dye in each medicine cup
add 5 dropd of liquid dish soap (I used dawn and it was blue, worked okay)
then add 2 tsp of water
Put your glove on the hand you will hold the cup in, and with the straw, blow GENTLY into the mixture. Don't hold your cup direcly over your paper or the cup will drip onto it making a mess. This too was learned. Once some bubbles are made, use your straw and move them to the paper and let the fun begin. You will have to iron the paper (back side) with a DRY iron to flatten. ENJOY!
ps. this can get messy - don't do it where you are worried about a carpet, etc.