Ricky And Her Daughter Test Easter Egg Dyeing Techniques – Part 1
This was, by far, our favorite way to dye Easter Eggs! You don’t need a lot of supplies, the prep is easy and the eggs turned out really pretty. Best of all, though, Elena had a blast and now wants to make “ribbons and eggs” everyday.
Tissue Paper Dyed Easter Egg
— hard boiled eggs
— tissue paper (just make sure it’s not “color-fast”)
Wet your egg – we used a spray bottle because two-year-olds think that’s fun!
Wrap pieces of tissue paper around the egg.
Set aside and allow to dry. When you peel off the tissue paper, your eggs will be beautifully colored!
Told you that was easy.
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