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Easter Egg Dyeing

By Isabel Kallman

Here’s some last minute inspiration for dyeing and displaying your Easter Eggs.

We spent yesterday dyeing eggs. We took two different approaches with two different styles & outcomes. I’ll let the pictures do the talking:
Regular tablet dyeing technique yielded:
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Our bunny rules the egg patch.

We dyed a bunch of ties using a Silk Tie Dye technique. You can buy a kit like we did. Or you can just read the EASY-to-follow photo instruction essay over at Our Best Bites. That’s correct we used old silk ties to dye our eggs. Tell me that is not just brilliant. Look at the results.

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Isabel Kallman
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Isabel Kallman

Isabel Kallman is the founding mom of Alphamom.com.

Feel free to send nice emails to isabel[at]alphamom[dot]com.

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Isabel Kallman is the founding mom of Alphamom.com.

Feel free to send nice emails to isabel[at]alphamom[dot]com.

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  • Egg dying has always been a fun tradition for me and with all the artists in my family we’ve taken it to new heights. But we never tried silk ties before. I saw them on either wecovet or coolmompicks (can’t remember now which it was) and had to go buy a kit immediately.
    What a cool idea! Yours look great, and I’ll definitely be posting photos on my blog to show mine off after we do them tomorrow. My mom and sisters will be amazed!

  • wow gold

    Happy Easter everyone! 🙂 I also dyed eggs with my daughter and she enjoyed every moment of it. And we used shredded colored papers for the base.

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