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Egg Drying Rack

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Egg Creatures

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Dyeing for a new way to decorate Easter eggs? Here's a recipe for fun that's hard to beat: With basic crafts supplies -- crepe paper, pipe cleaners, felt, yarn, thread, and glue -- kids can make cows, pigs, and lots of other eggs-traordinary creations from plain white eggs.
Materials
  • Utility knife
  • Paper clip
  • Paper towels
  • Ear syringe
  • Dyeing mixture: 1 teaspoon vinegar, 20 drops food coloring, and 1 cup warm water
  • Homemade drying rack of pins and foam board
  • White glue
  • Tempera paint or marker
  • Egg creature templates
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Silk-Tie Easter Eggs

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Materials
  • Small- to medium-size raw eggs
  • Glass or enamel pot
  • Silk ties, blouses, or boxers, cut into pieces large enough to cover an egg
  • White sheets (or pillowcases or old tablecloths), cut into pieces to cover silk-wrapped eggs
  • Twist ties
  • 3 tablespoons of white vinegar
  • Warm water
  • Vegetable oil
  • Paper towels
  • Tongs or spoon
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Envelope Bunnies

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Eggs-in-Nest Centerpiece

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Make a distinctive needle-felted bird's nest perfect for decorating your Easter table.
Materials
  • Spool of 18-gauge wire
  • Needle-nosed pliers
  • Scissors
  • Upholstery cotton or unrolled jumbo cotton ball
  • Pretty decorative paper, such as vintage book paper
  • White craft glue
  • 2-inch-thick square of upholstery foam
  • Barbed needle-felting needle
  • Large ball of clean and carded natural-color wool (about the size of a cantaloupe)
  • Silver tinsel
  • Small eggs, such as quail eggs
  • Wire tree diagram
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Egg Ornaments

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