Mikko Tries to Dip Dye Easter Eggs

I don’t really remember decorating easter eggs as a kid. Growing up in the Philippines, I was so accustomed to the plastic ones that remind me of those vendo surprise eggs. This year, I decided I’d give it a shot.

I Try DIY | Mikko Tries to Dip Dye Easter Eggs
I started out by boiling a few eggs. Hey, if it didn’t work out, I could still use them for my salad dinners.

I Try DIY | Mikko Tries to Dip Dye Easter Eggs
I had a few bottles of food dye. In low mason jars, I mixed a few drops of dye, water and vinegar.

Try using McCormick’s Food and Egg Coloring Dye for this project.

I Try DIY | Mikko Tries to Dip Dye Easter Eggs
I started out by dipping the eggs in the dye. Here I left one egg in the turquoise, and held another one upright in pink.

I Try DIY | Mikko Tries to Dip Dye Easter Eggs
I waited for a minute or two, then changed the dip angle of the eggs in the dye.

I Try DIY | Mikko Tries to Dip Dye Easter Eggs
Then, I repositioned them again and left them for much longer.

I Try DIY | Mikko Tries to Dip Dye Easter Eggs
I think I could have added even more dye drops in the mix, but I loved the pastel look.

I Try DIY | Mikko Tries to Dip Dye Easter Eggs
I pat the eggs dry and let them sit for a while.

I Try DIY | Mikko Tries to Dip Dye Easter Eggs
What do you think of my first dye job? Not too bad, eh? Try it out yourself. Happy Crafting!

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