Do you have any unique ideas to decorate Easter eggs for Easter?
Yeah. Using magic markers instead of dying them. Want to see some really pretty AWESOME eggs?
One of my favorite techniques is simple masking using either white crayon, small stickers or rubber bands. This can create a beautiful effect if the egg is dyed in layers.
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by GA Anderson 6 years ago
What are some fun ways for young kids to decorate Easter eggs?Besides dyeing them, what are some fun decorating ideas for kids?
by Paula 6 years ago
What are some of the most unique items you have heard of being hidden in Easter Eggs?I have heard of a few unique things hidden in eggs for Easter egg hunts. Please share if you would, what things were hidden in Easter eggs when you were a kid. Or, if you are the one that hides things...
by MomsTreasureChest 6 years ago
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by Westlee Parsons 5 years ago
How are you dying your eggs this Easter??We were thinking about dying them natural colors to make the egg hunt a little more interesting.
by Dana Strang 5 years ago
What are some natural ways to dye Easter Eggs?I have heard of usung foods and tea to dye Easter eggs instead of using artificial coloring. Have you ever done this? what are the best things to use?
by CWanamaker 6 years ago
What are some great ways to decorate your home for Easter?
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