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    Vintage Silk Tie Easter Eggs by animalheadvintage.blogspot DIY

  • Caitlin Selby

    animal*head*vintage: DIY Holidays: Vintage Silk Tie Dyed Easter Eggs

  • Liz Koepp

    slik tie dyed easter eggs. this would be a perfect way to use old ties.

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Literally TIE dyed. Wrap the eggs in strips of silk, wrap another strip of any other fabric around it to secure the silk. Simmer the eggs in a pot of water with 3 tbsp. of vinegar then allow to cool and remove the ties. TO GOODWILL WE GO!!

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Love this! What's not to love...cute bunny, vintage sheet music, lace, and pink, pink, pink...:)