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  • Danielle M

    For tea-stained eggs, add 2 tea bags to glass of hot water and allow to steep. Set aside to dry. For blue eggs, combine 1 drop of blue food coloring with 1 drop of green food coloring in glass of water. adjust the color. Lower egg into water and set aside to dry. To speckle eggs, we used one bottle of brown craft paint and a toothbrush. Dip brush into paint and lightly splatter and dab around the egg to achieve a random, lightly dotted pattern. Allow to dry.How to Make Speckled Easter Eggs

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  • Kel S.

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