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  • Nancy Tollefson

    Cute idea for coloring eggs in the classroom. Wooden eggs or hard boiled eggs dipped in vinegar. Then take a tub and put in lots of shaving cream with food coloring or water color paint. Using tongs swirl the egg in the goo and then let dry on a rack. Must use the tongs or it is messy. Then wipe off excess with a paper towel

  • Tabatha Okvath

    Shaving Cream and food coloring to make Marbled Eggs. I have made marble paper with this technique and it works great for marble paper. What a wonderful idea for boild Easter eggs.

  • Tina Houston

    I love the look of marbled Easter eggs and decided to try our marbled paper technique to create them. Materials: Wooden eggs. [UPDATE: Julie reported that this works with hard boiled eggs as long as you dip them in vinegar first.] Shaving cream. 3 or 4 Different colors of liquid water colors (or food coloring)...

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