How to Dye Easter Eggs with Food Coloring in Gradient

How to Dye Easter Eggs with Food Coloring in Gradient You can dye your eggs in gradient by slowly removing them from a single dye color one section at a time.

If you’re going to use food coloring, adding a little vinegar to your water will help the food coloring take to the egg better. It will give your gradient eggs more defined lines. If you don’t plan on keeping your eggs, you can use hard boiled eggs for this craft. However, if you want to keep your creations around for a while, poke a hole in either end with a needle and blow out the contents. Then you’ll be able to keep your eggs forever as long as you’re careful with their delicate shells.

By Amber Reifsteck ~ The Woodland Elf

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