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The Weekend Look Book

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  • Jaymi (Sawula) Rausch

    Gradually add more and more water until the eggs are completely covered. Easter craft.

  • Diana Cleveland

    Brilliant Easter Idea - Gradually add more and more water until the eggs are completely covered

  • BreAnna Houss

    Gradient Easter eggs. Put dye in cup so bottom third of egg is covered. After a few minutes add water until half the egg is covered. Repeat until whole egg is covered. Good science project for kids! Explains the basics of dilution

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Gradient Easter eggs. Put dye in cup so bottom third of egg is covered. After a few minutes add water until half the egg is covered. Repeat until whole egg is covered.

Slowly add more and more water until the eggs are completely covered

Fabric covered plastic eggs...something the kids can do and help pare down my large stash of plastic eggs.

fake hydranga's hot glued to larger plastic Easter eggs. (or any shape for that matter)......So beautiful sitting on the wooden candle holders! Another project for this week!!!

I did this when I was younger but without the candy and for a Christmas ornament instead! So much fun!

Tutorial: colored eggs with ombre effect. Brilliant and simple technique with perforated aluminium foil.

In a microwave-safe bowl, melt butter and brown sugar in a microwave oven on High (100-percent power) for 1 to 1-1/2 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds, or until brown sugar is melted. Add confectioners' sugar and peanut butter, stirring to combine. Cover with plastic wrap. Refrigerate for 1 hour.