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    • Emily Wagner

      silk tie dyed eggs (makes use of old ties. Neat!)

    • Rachel Elizabeth

      Silk Dyed Easter Eggs Love the idea, but I can't bring myself to ruin silk ties!

    • Blackberry Bend

      Tie dyed Easter Eggs. Really silk ties! Cool Idea. Can't wait to get the grandkids over to try this.

    • Tesse Hopkin

      Silk dyed Easter eggs. Would be great if you could get a bunch of cheap old ties.

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