Marbleized Eggs

Choose this egg dying technique to have marbles in your Easter basket!
Christmas may have its sparkly magical moments but Easter is more abundant in family and religious traditions. One of my favourite is egg dying. The whole family gathers around the table to sit, talk and paint eggs. We’ve just counted and we’re going to need 20 dyed eggs for Easter breakfast!

However, this year we’d like to try a new technique of Marbleized Easter Eggs which I found on Martha Stewart’s blog. She gives six simple steps to dye the eggs and then she nestles each in its own bed of grass. You can use an egg carton for this nest or just put them on a plate. But when you are left with unused egg carton, have a look at Egg Cartons Decorative Mirror to up-cycle the wrapping.

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Six easy steps of how to prepare Marbleized Easter Eggs can be found here.


What you need:


  • Egg blower
  • Bowls
  • Liquid measuring cup

Supplies / ingredients:

  • Eggs
  • White vinegar
  • Food coloring
  • Olive oil


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