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  • Kelly Widell

    Rubberband Easter eggs : ) plus other fun Easter egg decorating ideas

  • Crystal Hoeg

    Rubberband Easter eggs : ) media-cache0.pint... dreamingalong holiday ideas

  • Lori Mckay

    rubber band easter eggs Place egg in very lightest dye for just a touch of color. Dry. Wrap several rubber bands around the egg, but leave plenty of pale 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 rubberbands, and you should have a beautiful tri-colored egg!

  • Jolene Osterman-Wellard

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

  • Joy Elizabeth

    Rubber band dyed Easter eggs (and other interesting egg decorating ideas). So pretty!

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