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  • Abigail Dahl

    for easter ideas!

  • Jessica Smith-Linck

    Silk-dyed Easter eggs. We are going to try this this next year! So beautiful. Now it's off to the thrift store to buy silk scarves and neckties to cut up and boil!

  • Sarah Sells

    10 different ways to color Easter eggs

  • Sweeter Than Me

    Silk dyed Easter eggs - I have done this before with thrifted silk ties and they turned out amazing!

  • Jenni McMackin

    "Tie" dye your Easter Eggs with Silk Ties and vinegar for a mess free Easter :)

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