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  • Colouring Easter Eggs Question

    So, tomorrow I am going to colour Easter eggs with the kids I watch. I am wondering if I should boil the eggs tonight or wait till I get to their house tomorrow.

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    I don't think it matters I think they should be cool, though There should be directions on the egg dye box,
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      Re: Colouring Easter Eggs Question

      Do it tonight at your leisure.

      Why do it with a bunch of anxious kids waiting around???

      Have fun!

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      • #4
        Re: Colouring Easter Eggs Question

        Do them before so they are nice and cool. After you have colored the eggs and they have dried, try rubbing them with just a bit of vegetable oil. It makes them really shiny and pretty!
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          Re: Colouring Easter Eggs Question

          I looked for directions and all it talked about (at least on the box I have) is the different things you can use with the colours.
          I haven't coloured eggs in yrs (they didn't really do it like we do here overseas)! I am excited!!

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            Re: Colouring Easter Eggs Question

            We used to boil them right before we dyed them. They were warm and smelled of vinegar.

            But I agree that you should do them ahead of time if you have time.

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            • #7
              Re: Colouring Easter Eggs Question

              if you want 'fancy' eggs..like for a table setting... boil the eggs *not the ones you want to dye* in a big pot filled with lots and lots of onion skins...the paper part of the onion. they come out looking amber/marbled..they're gorgeous!

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