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Using a paint brush to make fun patterns, florals and stripes instead of the traditional color dye "dipping" I am used to is so smart! cant wait to paint my Easter Eggs this week.

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Inspiration for the coloring the easter eggs!    http://juneberry-lane.blogspot.com/2011/04/its-time-for-easter-eggs.html

Easter egg decorating every year is a way to celebrate the Easter holiday or springtime. Traditionally, Christians gather on Easter Sunday to celebrate Christ’s wounds. This Easter egg decorating tradition was accompanied with dyeing eggs [.

I so want to buy a collection of these some day!!!

Hand Carved Victorian Lace Duck Egg: Wreath Pattern

Hand-Carved Victorian Lace Eggs Beth Ann Magnuson, an artist from Bishop Hill, Illinois, turns delicate eggs into intricately carved masterpieces that she calls Victorian Lace Eggs.

What a fabulously simple technique that has great results!

Pretty No-Dye Easter Eggs

Modern Easter Egg Crafts: Swirly Palette ~~ Kids can brush squiggles of Crayola washable tempera paint on boiled white eggs with a flat paintbrush.

Showcase DIY speckled eggs in a nest of wheatgrass. First, dye hard-cooked eggs in pastel shades (or paint craft eggs). Then make flecks: Dilute brown acrylic paint with water until it's the consistency of cream. Dip an old toothbrush into the paint and, with the brush a few inches from the egg, run your finger across the bristles, splattering paint onto the shell (lay egg horizontally, splatter, let dry, rotate, and repeat).

75+ So-Adorable Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

Here's a spot-on Easter decorating idea: Showcase DIY speckled eggs in a nest of wheatgrass. First, dye hard-cooked eggs in pastel shades.

Natural Easter Egg Dying. I grew up dying eggs like this. We would never use artificial colors, so this brings back many, many fun memories...

Natural Easter Egg Dyeing — Easter Organically

Rubber Cement Easter Eggs..for next year, because the whole koolaid dying idea didn't impress me much.

DIY modern Easter egg crafts Drizzle egg with rubber cement, let dry, then dip in a dye bath. When it's dry, gently peel off the rubber cement. Repeat two or three times with additional colors and voilà -- a masterpiece!

Simple food coloring dye technique with a twist - adding oil for marble looking eggs.  This egg decorating idea requires no special materials except a childs imagination! anneryangreen

Oil and Food Coloring Marbled Eggs. Swirly Easter Eggs 2 Tbs Vinegar, 2 Tbs oil, food color and water

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