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TO-DYE-FOR BOTANICAL EGGS - simply position a blossom or leaf facedown against egg, then wrap the egg in a four-inch square of panty hose and secure with a twist tie. They used natural dyes, but you could use regular egg dyes.
Last year we rounded up 40 of the most genius Easter egg designs from all over the web, and you guys are already re-pinning them for this year's festivities! So, what's a helpful company to do but serve 40 MORE brilliant Easter egg ideas?! From piñatas to popsicles, enjoy this year's smattering of egg-cellent ideas. And stay tuned for more creative Easter ideas in the weeks to come.
Easter craft ideas. Tutorials for silk dyed Easter eggs, cross painted glass marble magnets, natural dye colored Easter eggs, and Easter candy gift jars.
To-Dye-for-Botanical Eggs...desribes a complicated tutorial for making your own easter egg dye but the thing that I thought was interesting is how the images were produced on the eggs...wrapping leaves, etc. on top of the egg then securing with old panty hose...would this work with regular easter egg dye?
Make Dyed Botanical Easter Eggs - with natural dyes using purple cabbage, yellow onions, & cranberries. ~ Easter Ideas from Country Living Magazine
To-Dye-for-Botanical Eggs- Directions at http://www.countryliving.com/crafts/easter-egg-decorating-ideas#slide-2
oniminutes. Step 4: Turn off heat, cover, and let stand for 2 to 3 hours, or until desired color is achieved. Remove eggs and transfer to carton; let cool. RELATED: 11 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas - CountryLiving.com
To make these Easter eggs, position a blossom or a leaf facedown against each egg, then wrap the egg in a four-inch square of panty hose and secured it with a twist tie. Click through for a homemade Easter egg dye recipe!
Dyed Botanical Eggs - Easter Egg Decorating Ideas - Country Living