Tie Dye Easter Eggs

Now here is a great idea for dying original and beautiful Easter Eggs and quite literally, it’s tie dyed. It comes from OurBestBites.com and is a keeper! Use the link to go to the site for more pictures and instructions on how to create these amazing eggs. It’s not as hard as it looks, as long as you are willing to part with a few old ties.

Use this link for printable instructions > Tie Dyed Eggs

 

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9 Responses to Tie Dye Easter Eggs

  1. Dawn says:

    Candy check out the other tutorials with the links above – so sorry to hear it’s not working for you.

  2. Candy says:

    I found 100% silk ties at the Good Will Store in Rocklin, CA. The cost was anywhere from $2.25 to $9.95, so I tried using a 100% silk ladies top, and it didn’t work! I’m off to another thrift store to see if I can find some inexpensive 100% silk ties! :(

  3. Suzan says:

    Genius! I’ve been hanging on to a bunch of my husband’s old ties because I just knew I would find something to do with them!

  4. [...] posted about a fantastic Easter egg dyeing party we had based on a really cool idea I read over on PartyBluPrints.com. Instead of coloring Easter eggs the old fashioned way (food coloring or those color pellets you [...]

  5. Stacy Marie says:

    Stunning!

  6. Pamela Pinta says:

    So Cool!! Love this!

  7. [...] The tweet that I saw from Dawn involved using silk neckties to “tie dye” Easter eggs. [...]

  8. Marco says:

    This is cool. I will have try this.
    Sunshine

  9. uberVU - social comments says:

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    This post was mentioned on Twitter by FunkyChunks: RT @DawnSandomeno: Terrific Tie-Dyed Easter Eggs http://bit.ly/bvwmMk

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