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Tie Dye Eggs

Tie Dye Eggs
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You can make tie-eye eggs using only food coloring and paper towels.

By Andrea Mulder-Slater

What You Need:

  • paper towel
  • food coloring
  • eggs (hard boiled)
  • rubber gloves (to protect hands)

What You Do:

  1. Wet the paper towel, then squeeze out as much water as you can.
  2. Wrap the whole towel around the egg (hard boiled), crumpling it a little.
  3. Place the egg, wrapped with the paper towel, into a bowl.
  4. Drip drops of food color here and there on the paper towel.
  5. Let the whole thing dry, then remove the paper towel to see the designs.

Tie Dye Easter Eggs Instructions from KinderArt.com

Tie Dye Easter Eggs Instructions from KinderArt.com

Tie Dye Easter Eggs Instructions from KinderArt.com

 


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