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How to Harden Blown Out Eggs for Decorating

by Stephanie Rempe
Egg decorating is a tradition observed by many people around the Easter holiday season. You can use hard-boiled eggs for this craft, but you will need to eat the eggs before they spoil. On the other hand, you can decorate hardened blown-out eggs that you can keep for years to come. The difficult par...
Bernadette Raymundo
Bernadette Raymundo • 2 years ago

How to Harden Blown Out Eggs for Decorating | eHow.com

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