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Coloring Easter Eggs w/ Rubber Cement -- dyeing Easter eggs with gel food coloring and this rubber cement technique produces some spectacularly high contrast, gorgeous abstract designs! Use it on blown-out eggs to preserve these cool Easter Eggs for years to come... | how do you dye easter eggs | how to dye eggs with food coloring | easter eggs coloring ideas | find the tutorial on unsophisticook.com
Use blue painter’s tape to create richly colored eggs with bright white stripes - add the tape to the hard-boiled eggs before placing them in the dye. Once the eggs have achieved the color you want, place them on drying rack. Once dry, remove the tape.
These naturally dyed Easter eggs are suffused with vibrant, deep, natural color, and are sure to lend warmth and beauty to your Easter celebration. No chemicals! Check out this guide for the dye recipes.