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Create patterns on your Easter eggs: 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.

Create colorful EASTER EGGS using Melted Crayons. It's easy to do + KIDS will LOVE it. Read the tutorial now or Pin for Later!

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7 Cool Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs

Easter Egg Ideas!

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Creative Ways to Dye Easter Eggs

Drizzle egg with rubber cement, let dry, then dip in a dish of dye. When dry, gently peel off the rubber cement. Repeat two (or even three!) times with additional colors: http://www.bhg.com/holidays/easter/eggs/quick-and-easy-easter-egg-decorations/?socsrc=bhgpin032114drizzledeastereggs

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Creative Ways to Dye Easter Eggs

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Everyone’s an artist when it comes to dyeing Easter eggs. This year, try something new. By using blue painter’s tape you can create richly colored eggs with bright white stripes. Add the tape to the hard-boiled eggs before placing them in the dye. Once the eggs have achieved the color you want, place them on drying rack. Once dry, remove the tape and pat yourself (and your kids) on the back for your amazing artistic skills. Get set for Easter at Kohl’s.

Rubber Cement Dyed Eggs -Drizzle your eggs with rubber cement. -Let the rubber cement dry. -Once dry, dye them as usual. -Once they’re dry, rub off the rubber cement.

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Shaving Cream Easter Eggs

shaving cream eggs

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Masked Easter Eggs

Egg coloring ideas...