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Egg Dying Ideas for Easter

The holiday we all love is coming up..Easter! That means its time for egg dying and easter egg hunts. I have a few different ways you can dye eggs and get awesome effects. They all turn out differently and look amazing. Try them out yourself!
  • Debbie Gunderson

    marbled egg dyeing

  • Sharon Click

    Oil and Food Coloring Marbled Eggs - Food Coloring Easter Egg Decorating Ideas for Kids - Kaboose.com

  • Denise Kearney-Boring

    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.

  • Mel Towne

    Oil and Food Coloring Marbled Eggs: In each container combine 1tbs of each: oil, vinegar, and food coloring. Add enough water to make the liquid deep enough to cover an egg.Swirl the liquid with a spoon, and quickly lower and raise an egg into it. Pat dry with a paper towel, and repeat with a second color.Swirl into a third color, if desired. Some white areas can be left on the egg.Gently pat dry the completed egg, leaving a bit of the oil to give the egg a varnished look.

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