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How to Dye Easter Eggs Video

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How to Dye Easter Eggs Video
How to Dye Easter Eggs Video
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Follow along with this free crafting video to learn How to Dye Easter Eggs the traditional way. While store-bought kits, stickers, and other DIY ideas can be fun and exciting, nothing really compares to decorating Easter eggs the old fashioned way. Think back to your childhood and fun times with the family while you show your own kids or grandkids how to use water, food coloring, and a hardboiled egg to make simple decorated Easter eggs. This video includes a few simple and charming ways to add a bit of flair to the Easter egg designs, as well.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

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HolidayEaster

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This is a great video on easy decorations for your Easter eggs. Starting with office supplies such as rubber bands and reinforcements, you create areas that resist the dye. The only thing better than dying Easter eggs is serving them up in a potato salad or making a bunch of deviled eggs to round out your Easter meal.

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