Tie-Dyed Egg Kits

Tie-Dyed Egg Kits

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Carrie McBride
Apr 1, 2009
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We don't know how these egg-dying kits work, but we love that they do. And we especially love how many ugly vintage ties they're taking out of circulation. But those paisley and stripes look quite nice transfered onto eggs.

The kits are the brainchild of Maude + Claude and offered by Mahar Dry Goods. Enough materials are included to make two dozen eggs and the ties can be reused to make dozens more. This is also a great opportunity to recycle old ties hanging in the back of dad's or grandpa's closet or some of the more outrageous ones you can find at thrift shops.

Read more and purchase kits ($9) at Mahar Dry Goods.

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