No-Dye Watercolor Easter Eggs
by Jessie Jane
Image credit: Lilyshop
Want to give your Easter eggs a cool tie dye design? These beautifully decorated eggs are so easy to make with just a few simple ingredients!
- Food coloring
- White vinegar
Start with a bowl of hot water, enough that it will completely cover the egg. Add a splash of vinegar.
Add several drops of food coloring into the bowl. Then add two tablespoons of oil.
Drop the egg into the bowl and add a few more drops of food coloring directly onto the egg.
Take your second color and drip directly onto the egg.
Remove the egg and use a paper towel to pat dry - and then watch as the beautiful pattern emerges!
Want to watch Jessie Jane from Lilyshop take you through the process step by step? Watch the video below:
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