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April 11, 2020

Tie-Dye Eggs




I may be late to the game, but I recently discovered how to tie-dye eggs for Easter!

My friend sent me the link to Mayor Derek Kawakami's demo on IGTV and it looked like a lot of fun! Best of all, no special kits are required - just hard boiled eggs, food coloring, paper towels, a spray bottle filled with water, and rubber bands (I used string which I feel works better). Gloves are optional but highly recommended!



Wrap an egg in paper towel as tight as possible, and secure it with a rubber band or piece of string (see pic above).



Add drops of food coloring (a little goes a long way) onto the paper towel. Be sure to leave some blank spaces in between your drops of food die. 




Using a spray bottle filled with water, spray the egg with water.




Let it set for at least 30 minutes or longer. Then unwrap and voila! 


A tie-dyed egg!


What's even more cool is you also get a tie-dyed paper towel!



I'm sure there are many ways to incorporate the tie-dyed paper towels into another craft project, but I am hanging them up outside as decoration.




 Have fun decorating your eggs and have a Happy Easter AT HOME!

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