HOLY Moly!!!! NO VINEGAR?! Sign me up! Kool Eggs Use Kool-Aid To Dye Your Easter Eggs Kool Aid to dye your Easter Eggs. Because of the citric acid already in KoolAid, this technique requires no vinegar. Not only that, but at a general cost of 5 packets for $1, KoolAid makes for an inexpensive egg dying adventure.
SHAVING CREAM EGG DYE 1. Spread shaving cream in a cookie sheet 2. Apply drops of food coloring 3. Use toothpicks to swirl colors around 4. Roll the dried, cooled hardboiled eggs in the colorful cream 5. Allow to set for 3-4 minutes on a paper plate 6. Wipe off shaving cream with paper toweling 7. Rinse! Voila! Beautiful marbleized eggs, done quickly!
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snow globes from baby food jars! I knew i would find something great to do with them!
I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED TO DO THIS Here are all the things bought. (all found at walmart) This entire project was under $20. My kind of project! *pictures you want to use * 2 20x30 foam core boards (two black ones $2.88 each) *poster hanger thingies ($2.44) *foam brushes ($.97) *double sided tape ($3) *mod podge (matte - otherwise there's a glare)
For all the pictures you have and no frames to put them in. So neat!
maya*made: Lil' Loom -Rainbow Loom using wine cork & pushpins to masked the fishtail pattern.