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Sunday, March 25, 2018

Tye Dyed Easter Eggs How To

Tye Dyed Eggs

Try wrapping your egg with different sizes of rubber bands and dipping in the first color of dye.
Allow egg to dry and remove rubber bands to dip in another color. Gives eggs a neat effect

Another way to create tye dye eggs starts with
  • A colander
  • 10 hard-boiled white eggs
  • 1/2 cup of white vinegar
  • Vibrant food coloring (we used McCormick Neon Food Coloring)

Place several hard-boiled eggs in a colander in the kitchen sink and splash them with the vinegar. Drip yellow food coloring on the eggs. 

Slightly shake the colander to help color spread. Let color set 30 seconds. Repeat with each color desired. normally no more than 2 or 3 colors are normally used. After the last color has been set then rinse with water and let rest  

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  1. The drip dye method is one I've never heard of! That seems a lot less messy than trying to hold eggs in little pots of dye.

  2. This is a lovely idea and very creative for Easter arts and crafts!

  3. Tie dye is such a cool effect to do on Easter eggs! I love the technique that you've laid out here, and I'll definitely be trying it out this week. :)

  4. I have actually NEVER died eggs and we plan on doing it this Saturday so thank you so much for sharing! I will be saving this to refer back to! Thank you for Sharing!!


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