Other Uses for Easter Egg Dye

After dying your Easter eggs you may have left over dye. This guide contains other uses for Easter egg dye.
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April 6, 2005 Flag
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I'll be buying Easter coloring kits after Easter and using them to mark my boiled eggs during the year.

By Carol F.

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April 6, 20050 found this helpful

We always just make an "X" on the eggs with a pencil to mark the boiled ones. Or the kids can just make a few scribbles.

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April 14, 20140 found this helpful

I agree. I put a small dot in felt tip on the older eggs when I have them left over, and the hard boiled ones even tho' they are in a bowl. The ink never bleeds through and is easy to spot.

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May 4, 2011 Flag
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I hate to throw stuff away if I can use something for a craft. I dry coffee filters after they are used, then I use left over Easter egg dye to color the filters. I then take a green pipe cleaner and twist (or gather) the colored coffee filer around the top to make colorful flowers.

By Nightsong from Yates Center, KS

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