Floral Dyed Easter Eggs

1 Hour
Easy

I wanted some pretty floral flowers unlike any others. So I busted out my paintbrush and food coloring and dyed some of my own one flower at a time. Be sure to check out the full tutorial on my blog!
Choosing the most floral colors, red, purple, yellow, blue and green I made little pots of each to paint directly from. A cheap brush is also a must as well as a black paint marker.
Because I have no better word for it, a blob is painted on... followed by more painting...
... and followed with the paint marker drawing
Beginning to end the process is super simple and great for even "non-artists"!

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  • Janet Schen
    on Mar 3, 2016

    Beautiful !

  • Chris
    on Apr 25, 2016

    Just wanted to tell you that I did this with my two granddaughters, ages 5 1/2 and 8. They just loved it! Used cotton swabs to dab on the colors. Again, the kids loved it and it is something they can do independently. Thank you!

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