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DIY Deluxe Easter Eggs

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Using candle wax make lovely unique Easter eggs in multiple colors. This is a guide about DIY deluxe Easter eggs.
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March 6, 2012

Add some fun to this year's Easter egg hunt by making luxury Easter eggs. The kids can help, and the whole family can have fun together!

Approximate Time: 20 minutes, excluding the time waiting for the eggs to cool down

Supplies:

Instructions:

  1. Boil the eggs and let them cool down completely before proceeding to the next step.
  2. Dip each egg into one of the food colorings ~ make sure that the egg is covered all over with the coloring.
  3. Light the candle and wait for the wax around the wick to start melting.
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  5. Dip the paintbrush into the melted wax and draw patterns onto the egg with the melted wax.
  6. As soon as the wax that you have painted onto the egg has hardened, dip the egg into a second food coloring.
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  8. Wash the egg under a warm water tap, and use the toothbrush to lightly scrape off any wax residue left on the egg.
  9. Dry the egg with a clean dry cloth.
  10. Use the cotton buds and the acrylic paint to add some detail to the egg.
  11. Once the acrylic paint has dried, add some more detail to the egg with the Artline pen.
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  13. Finish the egg by decorating it with the ribbon, bow, or rhinestones.

Photos included:
Photo 1: Dip each egg into one of the food colorings ~ make sure that the egg is covered all over with the coloring.
Photo 2: Dip the paintbrush into the melted wax and draw patterns onto the egg with the melted wax.
Photo 3: As soon as the wax that you have painted onto the egg has hardened, dip the egg into a second food coloring.

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Photo 4: Use the cotton buds and the acrylic paint to add some detail to the egg.
Photo 5: Once the acrylic paint has dried, add some more detail to the egg with the Artline pen.
Photo 6: Finish the egg by decorating it with the ribbon, bow or rhinestones.

By BessieBessie from Pretoria, Gauteng

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