#1: Rubber Band Dyed Eggs
This simple way to decorate your Easter eggs from Inkspired Musings is fantastic. The process starts by placing the egg in the lightest dye, followed by wrapping the egg in several layers of rubber bands and then dyeing the egg again in a darker color. You can repeat the process again, placing the rubber bands in different spaces on the egg’s surface.
#2: Book Print on Eggs
Vicki Chrisman ingeniously upcycles old plastic Easter eggs into something new and beautiful using book print — thereby cracking the code on transforming something commonplace into an absolute treasure.
#3: Leaf Imprint Eggs
Who knew that a pair of pantyhose and a few fallen leaves could team up to produce such an egg-cellent masterpiece? See the full tutorial on how to make leaf imprint eggs using all natural dyes.
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