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  • K Mook

    Rubber Cement Dyed Eggs -Drizzle your eggs with rubber cement. -Let the rubber cement dry. -Once dry, dye them as usual. -Once they’re dry, rub off the rubber cement.

  • Planet Fun

    Easter Egg- Rubber Cement Dyed Eggs

  • d e b C

    Rubber Cement Dyed Eggs. Decor for a Dino Party...

  • Aleta Cook

    Rubber Cement Dyed Eggs. Wonder if I could do the same with hot glue

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