How To Make Marbled Eggs

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I love Easter time and especially the fun you get to have with the kids decorating Easter eggs. Marbled eggs looked like fun.  We did something like this with paper and enjoyed it{ marbleized paper }.  So when I saw you could do this with eggs, I knew we had to try it.  This site is where I got directions http://crafts.kaboose.com/marbled-eggs.html.  I just love how the marbled eggs came out and we had a lot of fun making them.

 

How To Make Marbled Eggs



                                             Marbled Eggs

What you need: 

1 tablespoon oil, 1 tablespoon vinegar, 1 tablespoon food coloring.  Mix in cup.  Make as many colors as you want.  

How To Make Marbled Eggs

What to do:
 
We did 4 colors in 4 glass bowls.  Dip egg in color mixture, take out and wipe with paper towel.  Dip in next color.  Repeat as many colors as you want.  Then let dry.
 

We used an ice cube tray to set the eggs on.

How To Make Marbled Eggs
 

In the end you are left with beautiful Easter eggs.  I hope you and your kids may have some fun with this too.

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big brother making eggs in 2012
Oil and Food Coloring Marbled Eggs

Oil and Food Coloring Marbled Eggs

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