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  • Jo Rudd

    Grown-up Easter egg decorating

  • Michelle Rios

    Sharpie Art. Start by poking a hole and blowing out the yolk Then doodle your way across the surface of the eggs with flowers, paisleys and all kinds of simple designs with a black sharpie. The outcome is a very simple and pretty Easter egg. Alisa Burke http://alisaburke.blogspot.com/2011/04/doodle-easter-eggs.html

  • Maisie Alice

    fun easter idea

  • Liz Aldana

    love me some sharpie marker art!!

  • Sasha Weaver

    cool idea for easter eggs!

  • Ramen Nudles

    Amazing blown Easter eggs with sharpie designs

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