Posted: Apr. 7, 2009
A simple three-color design for Easter 2009.
Melt off all the wax. Heat a small section at a time and use soft tissues to wipe off the melted wax...
Second dye bath for the little egg. You can see the white and yellow protected by the beeswax.
Wax the parts of the design you want to stay yellow.
5. Wax the parts of the design you want to keep yellow.
Working from light to dark, the yellow dye bath comes first. I wish I could crop out the part of the...
Apply beeswax to everything that stays white in your design.
2. The kistka holds the melted beeswax used to cover portions of the egg you don't want to dye.
Lightly pencil design on clean and smooth raw egg.
Eggs, spoon, aniline dyes, kistkas, pencil, matches, candle, and beeswax. Not pictured: paper towels...
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