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25 Fresh Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

DIY Glitter Easter Eggs

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DIY Easter Eggs - No Dye Ideas

Easter - No Dye Easter Egg Tutorials at the36thavenue.com ...Adorable ideas! Pin it now and make them later!

Nourishing Minimalism: Red Eggs for Greek Easter. We dye our Easter eggs red to represent the blood of Christ.

We use onion skins to dye our eggs for Fesach. I had not known to make the dye first, so I will try that this year. I usually dye them with the skins in the pot. These look better. We do blood red eggs for the blood of Christ. No pastels here.

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Natural Dyed Easter Eggs

Natural Dyed Easter Eggs- This is what we're doing this Easter! So cool. Dye eggs in smashed blueberries, red cabbage, tea, onion skins, and more!

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Add a Little Flair to Your Easter Eggs

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Easter Shaving Cream Eggs - totally work!! But they are right the lighter colors (yellow, pink, green) don't work great.. The darker colors (blue, red, purple, dark green) work great! But also the food coloring stains your hands pretty bad for a day or so. But it is a super fun MESSY! Craft.

Turn plastic eggs into gorgeous antiqued silver eggs using tin foil. Easter DIY

Golden Marbled Easter Eggs DIY :) you could just die it a light color,pale.. and gold splater paint

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Dying Easter Eggs with Shaving Cream

Dying Easter Eggs with Shaving Cream | Katie's Crochet Goodies