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Creative Ways to Dye Easter Eggs

Pour paint onto a disposable plate. Dip just the end of a pencil eraser into the paint and dot the egg. Wash or wipe off the eraser to change colors. Make sure to dot one color at a time. You also can use a cotton swab to make small dots on your egg.

Frugal Life Project: Dye Your Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid!

hey jen renee: kool-eggs - use kool aid to dye Easter Eggs - no need for vinegar! Read all the info to get a good yellow and purple color.

Gotta make these beauties!

Lace Eggs

DIY Lace Eggs from Martha Stewart Crafts. Read the comments: egg dyes will be obsorbed by the lace and leave no print behind. Also blow your eggs days AFTER dying, otherwise, you'll be frustrated by floating eggs.

Easter Fun- Happy Hatchlings Easter Invitation and Mint Tins, Easter Cookies from Williams-Sonoma; Scrambled Eggs; Botantical Eggs from Martha Stewart; Vanilla Cupcakes; Chickies Cupcakes; Chicken Little Stuffed Eggs; Sparkly Eggs; Cheeky Chickens;  Fabric Easter Basket; Daisies Jello Centerpiece; Easter Egg Centerpiece.

Inspiration Board: Easter Fun

With Easter only a few days away, we couldn’t resist posting this spring-filled inspiration board. From L to R: Happy … Read

Watermelon Easter Eggs DIY

15 Easter Egg Decorating Ideas To Try

Plastic watermelon eggs - Easter or otherwise. Great idea for summer filled party favors, too.

LOL - this is AWESOME!  I hate that it has to be ice cream.  Maybe melt some marshmallow a little bit to look like ice cream... hummmm

Easter Ideas and Activities for Kids

With this fun and adorable recipe, you can decorate your very own edible Easter basket cupcakes. Fill the little nests with jelly beans, chocolate eggs for some Easter Fun!

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Make a Washi Tape Spring Egg Wreath! Easter Crafts and Spring DIY Projects

How to Make Marbleized Easter Eggs | Martha Stewart Holiday & Seasonal Crafts

How to Make Marbleized Easter Eggs - Martha Stewart - dye in one color, then dye in a second color that had olive oil swirled into the dye.