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Last minute Easter Eggs that are stunning and colored naturally - how to dye eggs with red cabbage and a leaf pattern
How to dye Easter eggs naturally. All you need is red cabbage, vinegar, pantyhose or cheesecloth, leaves and eggs. Easier than it looks! http://marblemounthomestead.blogspot.com/2015/04/last-minute-easter-eggs-that-are.html
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Dye the Prettiest Easter Eggs with Baking Soda and Vinegar
All you need for these DIY tie-dye eggs is baking soda, vinegar, and gel food coloring. The fizzing combination of the baking soda and vinegar distributes the food coloring into a graphic tie-dye pattern. This Easter egg coloring science experiment is so fun, we’ll be using it to decorate Easter eggs well past the holiday. #bakingsodaeastereggs #tiedyeeggs #diy #eastereggideas #bhg
DIY Marble Easter Eggs
This cheap Easter egg decorating hack uses ingredients you already have in your kitchen. This Easter egg decorating technique creates an effortless marbled effect that is just perfect for a modern Easter décor display. We'll show you how easy it is to dye Easter eggs with food coloring, vinegar, and vegetable oil. #eastereggs #howtodyeeastereggs #eggdecoratingideas #marbledeggs #bhg
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Best (time-killing) ways to color Easter Eggs - Hither & Thither
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Mother of two — tijanadraws