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It’s Almost Easter

The last time I dyed Easter eggs I drizzled rubber cement on them before putting them in the dye.  Afterwards, once dry I peeled the rubber cement away and got the awesome eggs above.  Here’s the tutorial link.

This year I felt inspired to go glittery (see below)!  I am in LOVE!  I don’t see a reason to ever decorate Easter eggs any other way again!  I am also ready to put glitter on everything, it is dangerous 🙂  Stay tuned, I may just get more crafty as the week goes on!

Comment to let me know your favorite way to dye eggs!

For more Easter egg dying ideas check out these sites below:

  1. http://thegirlinspired.com/2014/03/glitter-easter-eggs/

  2. http://www.domestifluff.com/2009/04/how-to-make-sparkly-dot-easter-eggs/

  3. http://www.rd.com/slideshows/homemade-easter-egg-dye/

  4. http://www.livescience.com/44258-easter-eggs-natural-dyes.html

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