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  • Cecile Hemphill-Moorad

    Easter Eggs dyed using rubber bands to resist dye in stripes, as well as other cute egg decorating ideas.

  • Jolene Osterman-Wellard

    Easter Eggs, Rubberband style. Tie Dye Easter Eggs Definitely!!!!!

  • Kriste

    Rubber band dyed eggs. Hard boil your eggs. Place egg in very lightest dye (let's say pale pink) for just a touch of color. Dry. Wrap several rubber bands around the egg, but leave plenty of pale pink spaces in between. Dye in medium color dye (such as hot pink, or magenta). Dry. Remove rubberbands. Dry again. Wrap several rubber bands around egg, but not where the magenta is. Again, leave some pale pink stripes. Place in darker dye, like red or purple. Dry. Remove rubb...

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Easter Egg Dyeing And Decorating Tips ~ I love this idea... Wrap a few rubber bands around an egg before dipping it into the dye. After the egg dries, remove the bands, revealing white stripes. Try placing the rubber bands in different places and using another color for a striped rainbow effect!

Could maybe do this same look with a wax crayon on real eggs? Super cute ideas!

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Band Practice - Cover egg with rubber bands and submerge in dye bath. When egg reaches desired color, remove. Carefully snip off bands with scissors and blot dry. (from Family Circle Apr 2012