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    Marbled Easter Eggs 1. In each container combine one tablespoon of each of the following: oil, vinegar, and your choice of food coloring. 2. Add enough water to make the liquid deep enough to cover an egg. 3. Swirl the liquid with a spoon, and quickly lower and raise an egg into it. 4. Pat dry with a paper towel, and repeat with different colors.

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    Spring chalkboard printable

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    April Fools Day Pranks (Top 5 How To Pranks)

    April Fools Day Pranks (Top 5 How To Pranks)

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    Dueling | Jousting Peeps! Who knew?

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    so gonna do this....

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    Easter wreath

    How to make an affordable and easy Washi Tape Spring Wreath!

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    BWAHAHAHAHA!

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    St. Patrick's Day Rainbows from Our Best Bites.

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    My new buppy(bunny puppy)! He'll grow up to be a big rog(rabbit dog)!

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    walken (dude in a bunny suit)

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    4-legged surprises popping out of #Easter eggs? We're sold! #crafts #DIY #EasterEggs

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    Birds Nest Cake for Easter

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    easter egg lunch :) cute!

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    How to make washcloth bunnies

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    sweet papier-mache easter eggs...AND here are paper mache eggs. I am not original, I guess. Oh well, I'm still doing them and I'll have all different types of themes and then everyone will like me.

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    Easy Easter Bunny Cake - Using 2 round cake pans. Tutorial

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    Easter Egg Popsicles

    Ramblings of a Handbag Designer: Easter Egg Popsicles

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    jello easter eggs! the kids had so much fun with these!...

    RobbyGurl's Creations: DIY Easter Egg Jello Molds

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    SHAVING CREAM EGG DYE 1. Spread cheap white shaving cream in a cookie sheet 2. Apply drops of neon food coloring across surface 3. Use toothpicks to swirl colors around 4. Roll the dried, cooled hardboiled eggs in the colorful cream (we used disposable kitchen gloves to reduce the tattoo effect) 5. Allow to set for 3-4 minutes on a paper plate 6. Wipe off shaving cream with paper towels 7. Rinse! Voila! Beautiful marbleized eggs, done quickly!

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    Egg pocking

    Egg Cracking or Knocking: Only The Strong Survive

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    Hot Glue + Color = Beautiful Easter Eggs!

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    Empty Tomb Rolls We do these every year & the kids look forward to it. Resurrection Rolls for Easter. Demonstrates how the tomb was empty after Jesus rose. You place a marshmallow (rolled in butter & cinnamon/sugar mixture) in a crescent roll, seal, and bake. When they are done the marshmallow will have melted and your "tomb" is empty. Love this, you might too Leanne H

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    dove egg, dye yellow for a chick egg.

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