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Friday, March 16, 2012

Faux Tie Dye (Coffee Filter) Easter Eggs

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You knew it was coming, didn't you?
After our Faux Tie Dye Snowflakes, Hearts and Shamrocks
there was no way we couldn't make Easter Eggs!

We got creative with our folding & the result was fabulous -
so many fun patterns and each one was unique!

What You Need:
coffee filters
scissors
dot markers/bingo daubers


What To Do:
1. Fold coffee filters in different patterns.
I share a basic way below but we folded
various ways to get different patterns.


2. Use your dot markers to make a pattern.
3. Open & allow to dry.




4. Enjoy your tie dye easter eggs.
We hung ours in our window
& they look fabulous!


Bern

18 comments:

  1. Very pretty and fun to make I am sure!

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    1. Thank you! You need to give it a try - super easy, fast & really look great when all done!

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  2. How beautiful !! I am loving all your coffee filter tie n dye activities, need to buy some dot markers:)

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    1. Roopa, you will love them! I know you will finds tons to do with them! :)

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    2. very cool.. we will be doing this..:)

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  3. Oooooh! I love coffee filter art. We just made coffee filter butterflies. This is a great Easter activity, and the "eggs" are beautiful! Thanks for sharing at the Kid's Co-op!

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    1. Yes, I can't wait to make butterflies! It's on my list :)

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  4. How pretty.. And easy! My boys would love this!

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    1. They come out great! The more color you use the better! There is no wron way to do it either which is fabulous!

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  5. These are beautiful! We will have to make some for our windows :)

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  6. Very cute and it sounds like they're pretty easy to make! Thanks for sharing and for linking up to the Afterschool Blog Hop!

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  7. They turned out so pretty. Your girls are so creative :)

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  8. These are lovely, your girls are real artists. Thanks for linking to Kids Co-op this week.

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  9. These turned out really beautiful! Love how bright the colors are from the Do a Dot markers!

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    1. thank you Melissa. Those markers are awesome & we use them all the time.

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  10. I'm going to give these a shot with watercolor or crayola washable markers...we don't have the dot markers...we only have brown coffee filters as well...LOL...should be interesting!

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    1. I am wondering how they turned out! Would love for you to share over on our FB page :)

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  11. These look great! I definitely think we'll be giving them a try!

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