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Secrets to Snazzy Easter Egg Coloring

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Published on Mar 19, 2012

Easter Egg coloring or dyeing brings back so many memories that I can still smell the vinegar of that day!

While there is always the tried and true store bought kit, there are many more creative homemade versions we wanted to share to brighten up your Easter time celebration. All you'll need is vinegar, food coloring, crayons, vegetable oil, stickers, rubber bands, colored tissue paper and glue, gold leaf paper squares, and a few more items based on your mood and creativity. And while you can always hard boil the eggs, I really prefer the "blow out" method, because once all of the egg insides are removed, they can be used for an omelet or casserole, while the shells last for several years!

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