Happy Easter to you, too! Nice egg job, by the way! Your talents are limitless...
WOW! That is the cutest egg :) I bow to your egg crafting skills ;) Happy Easter!
Very cute! Mine were really boring, but my aunts and sister did polka dots. I'll have to take a pic!
Hope you had a great one - that is one impressive egg!
What an adorable egg! Happy Easter!
Dude! My eggs look like meteroid turds. I am in AWE. Teach me how to do that, okay?
I need a how-to on egg dying. You make my masterpieces look like tie-dye. (Well, probably because they are tie-dye and tie-dye is all I know how to do)Happy Easter.
I am the Charlie Brown of egg-dying, but I had fun anyway. Your house must be BEAUTIFUL.
You all are very kind. Here's how to make an egg like this of your very own: (1) get out the crayons(2) draw little chickies, or stars and a moon, or small brown bunnies, or whatever you like (pirates and racecars work too, if you have a member of Sir John PBR's crew at your house)(3) be sure to color firmly to get a nice thick layer of crayon on the egg (be careful not to break the egg at the same time)(4) dip egg in dye of your choice, being sure the dye is deep enough to submerge the whole egg.For my egg, I used the red eye, but I only left the egg in for a short time. For the stars and moon one, I used several shades of yellow and orange for each star, to give "depth," and then I let it sit in the blue for a pretty long time.The key to avoid muddy colored eggs is to dip in only one color of dye.It also helps if you have a lovely organza curtain with some sun shining through it when you want to take photos. But, like the poses of models, it's hard to stay like that all the time for perfect presentation purposes.Happy dyeing!
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