How to Make Groovy Easter Egg Art with Bain marble e...CookingAndCrafting
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Make some VERY simple and beautiful dyed dinosaur eggs this Easter! I show you how to make some amazing Easter egg art / dyed eggs. Just beautiful!
If you do not have patience, start at 3:14 after the eggs are boiled. I try very hard to implement cooking and crafting into my grandnephew's life so he will grow up knowing what to do in a kitchen. He is also very helpful, which works well. But if you have no patience to sit through my teaching him how to boil the eggs, please skip through to the 3:14 point! Thank you :)
Please read below about the dye.
Put eggs in water and let it come to a boil. Boil for 7 minutes. Remove from heat and let it sit for 5 minutes. Remove from water and allow to cool for 30 minutes.
Meanwhile set up some Ziploc bags with 1 Tbsp. of food coloring in it. When eggs are cool, make little breaks in the shell and add it to the bag. Roll it around to evenly distribute the dye and let it rest for 30 minutes.
Take the eggs out of the bag and rinse thoroughly with water. Set it by splashing them with vinegar. Paper towel dry the eggs.
Break open eggs and make sure you thoroughly rinse them again and see how beautiful your eggs are.
Now... I noticed that no matter what I did, there was still dye on it. Bain left with red lips from his red egg :) Since it is a food grade dye, you won't be hurt or die (no pun intended).
I know I will get this question, so I will address it here:
You probably (that is the keyword here) can use the Easter egg dyes that you can find in the store. I know that would be much cheaper and you would probably get a nice, subtle effect, but I think that if the dye already has the vinegar in it, that would totally ruin this effect...so use dyes only if they do not have the vinegar already added in them (i.e., the ones that you have to add vinegar to them separately).
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