Easter Eggs

Isabella

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Easter might be over for most of us, but for those who follow the Greek Orthodox religion, Easter is on May 1st this year. Either way, dying eggs for Easter is still fun to do – even when it isn’t even Easter. Here are some cool ways to dye your Easter eggs.

Nature Eggs: You can design an egg like this with a leaf or an item from nature that is flat outside or you can even use a sticker.

Striped egg: This Easter egg involves using a long sticker or heavy piece of paper to wrap around whatever part of the egg you want a different color. Use your first color when the sticker or paper is on. After you put on your first color take off your sticker and dunk your egg in a different color.       (It’s better to use a darker color first for the base)

Dotted egg: This egg also uses stickers to put all over the egg. First dunk your base color in once you have your stickers on. After doing your base color gradually take 1 sticker off or more for the next color you do until all of the stickers are off.

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