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It’s probably no surprise that coloring Easter eggs is hands down my favorite Easter tradition.
Every year I like to play around with different techniques, and this year I wanted to try to give my eggs a watercolor look. These pretty drip dyed eggs are what I came up with. They are a lot of fun to make and easy enough to do with the kiddos! My kids loved watching the colors drip and blend.
PAAS sent me a bunch of their dying kits to play with (there is a really fun foil one I can’t wait to give a try!), but I ended up using the original kit.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
- PAAS Egg Dye Tablets
- White Vinegar
- Round Brush
- Hard Boiled Eggs
- Paper Towels
Now you are all ready to paint!
Comments + Project Love
Amy @ Homey Oh My! says
These are so so so creative and gorgeous!! Much easier to do than I thought!