A fun way to to make keepsake easter eggs!

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You will need:

raw eggs (duck eggs are great for this one as they are a bit thicker)

egg coloring

dremmel tool with a pointed grinder bit

  1. Color the whole egg in one color.
  2. Once it’s dry, drill a hole on each end and gently blow out the insides. (research on YouTube if you don't feel comfortable with the technique).
  3. Rinse with water.
  4. Pour another egg color inside the egg, so that the egg has one color on the outside and another on the inside.
  5. Use your Dremel to drill holes anywhere you desire. Be careful as the eggshell is delicate.


You'll need a Dremel tool for this one.

Photography by Hector Sanchez

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