You don't need Morse code to send a message using dashes and dots. These eggs say "Happy Easter!" loud and clear, thanks to graphic patterns printed with do-it-yourself "stamps."

Updated March 19, 2018
painted egg basket

(Also pictured: Japanese basket, 9-by-12-inches, in Natural, $180, marchsf.com)

The best way to dry a dyed egg is to set it on a homemade Egg Drying Rack. This will prevent the color from pooling and drying in an uneven fashion. For more ideas, scroll through our entire collection of Easter Eggs.

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What you need

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How to do it

Part 1

Step 1

The dots come from bubble wrap; the stripes, corrugated cardboard. Just smooth matte acrylic paint across a sheet with a foam brush, and slowly roll a natural or dyed egg across it.

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