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16 March 2012

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Suzonne

Kate, that's a great idea! An egg dyeing party! But I will tell you - you only use a tiny bit of the dye for eggs, but you can do a million other things it and it doesn't go bad. I keep an entire inventory of dye on hand for when inspiration strikes.

kate

These are breathtaking! I can't see myself buying the dye just for eggs, but if I could get a few friends in on the project, maybe...

Nicole

Those eggs are absolutely gorgeous!

Corey

Well done! I learned some interesting things for me)

Jeanee

LOVE the look of the RIT DYE!

I shared your post on my Easter egg roundup on my blog today!

http://blog.shopdirtylaundry.com/posts/2012/4/6/52-the-dirty.html

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Anna Fieudna

Thanks for the DIY. I was planning to do this with my nieces.

Maxine Dee

Those are pretty Easter eggs! And wow, blowing 300+ eggs - a friend indeed. :)

Suzonne

So very true!

Mommy Sauri~

Yikes. Now that is a friend until the end. That is a lot of eggs to empty!

Mommy Sauri~
http://casadesauri.blogspot.com

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