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If you’；re somebunny who prefers a more subtle Easter egg-spression， you’；ll love our Watercolor dyeing technique. Pastel hues in understated swirls are ideal for your elevated Easter egg decor. It’；s easy (and mostly mess-free!).
The finished eggs are beautiful–；and look much harder to make than they actually are!children's decorative pillows
What You’；ll Need：？Watercolor paints， boiled eggspersonalized wedding gifts， paintbrush and bowl of water.
Step One： Paint eggs with water first， completely covering the surface.
Step Two： Paint eggs with watercolor paints in colors you love. To thin the colors， add more water.
Step Three：？Try spinning egg in your hand as its drying to get more of a blended look between colors.
Pro Tip：？Set your egg’；s color by using a hair dryer on the lowest setting； move the dryer in small circles and hold？it at least six？inches from the egg for about 10 seconds.
Dampen a boiled egg under？water， then have your child apply washable watercolor paint to the wet shell using a small brush；？you want the colors to bleed slightly on the damp surface. If you’；d？like the design to spread out more， lightly brush on more water.
Pro Tip：？Set your egg’；s color by using a hair dryer on the lowest setting； move the dryer in small circles and hold？it at least 6 inches from the egg for about 10 seconds.
Happy Tuesday, my crafty friends.? Brr… it sure is chilly here in Northern NJ.? This wintry weather has the Cutting Edge Stencils crew stuck inside.? Do you know what we love to do when we’re stuck inside?? Stencil!? Today we have the perfect project from?Paint-A-Pillow to keep you entertained on a snow day. ? Come take a look.
I already revealed how I react when it it time for company to come over, so just imagine the stress and anxiety I put myself under to prepare for a party. I have pulled off a few great parties (Milk & Cookies, Where the Wild Things Are, She’s Going to Pop, Lego Party, Bug Party), but last year I took a break. We were out-of-town for my son’s fifth birthday so I surprised him with an ice-cream party in a box. For my yougest’s third birthday we just kept it low-key at home.
Take a look at this list to find unique gifts for Dad. There’s so many to choose from, it doesn’t matter what his tastes and interests are because there’s truly something for every dad in here. Whether it’s a birthday, anniversary, or simply just because, you’ll find that perfect present here.