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Easy Tie Dye Easter Eggs
This year I am trying to do easier eggs so that all three kids can easily dye eggs and this method works wonderfully. It is much easier to put dots of dye on each egg plus the paper towel gives it a little look of texture which I really love as well.
Make certain that you have your kids use gloves when they make these or you might have a little trouble getting dye off of little hands. And your own as well!
TIE DYE EASTER EGGS
HardBoiled Eggs (best at room temperature)
Liquid Food Coloring
2. Drop a few drops of food coloring onto the paper towel, so it soaks through and colors the egg. Spread out the drops of the same color, leaving space between to add other colors.
3. Drop another color into the spaces left, and then repeat with a third color.
4. Work your way around the entire egg, adding different drops of colors as you go. Don't try to do more than 3 colors per egg, or it will be too much.
5. Remove the paper towel and allow the egg to dry.