Laura Trevey
Laura Trevey
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Use Rubber Bands for Decorating Easter Eggs


I love to try new Easter egg decorating ideas. Yesterday we made rubber band Easter eggs. ThisDIY project is so easy, and fun for all ages. We used an assortment of rubber bands with different size widths to make each egg unique. See how below http://www.brightboldbeautiful.com/2013/02/26/easter-egg-decorating-ideas/ Eggs Fever
Boil eggs and let them cool. Helpful hint: Adding a tablespoon of vinegar and a pinch of salt will help prevent cracking.
Boil eggs and let them cool. Helpful hint: Adding a tablespoon of vinegar and a pinch of salt will help prevent cracking.
Once the eggs have cooled, take an assortment of rubber bands and twist them around the eggs. You can make criss-cross patterns or even lines. Your preference.
Once the eggs have cooled, take an assortment of rubber bands and twist them around the eggs. You can make criss-cross patterns or even lines. Your preference.
Follow egg dying instructions. Wait for eggs to dry completely. Remove the rubber bands, to reveal the white pattern. Also, do you notice the spotted or speckled designs on the eggs? You can get this artsy effect by adding salt to the
Follow egg dying instructions. Wait for eggs to dry completely. Remove the rubber bands, to reveal the white pattern. Also, do you notice the spotted or speckled designs on the eggs? You can get this artsy effect by adding salt to the
There appears to be a flower shape on the pink egg which turned out so cool.
There appears to be a flower shape on the pink egg which turned out so cool.
Happy Easter!
Happy Easter!
Laura Trevey

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