Create this table setting using a dyeing technique that requires little more than vinegar, oil, and food coloring.
How to Make Marbleized Easter Eggs
Nestle each of your marbleized eggs in its own bed of grass. Using cardboard dividers, create 12 compartments in a shallow box or an empty shirt carton, then fashion a snug nest of dried grass inside each square. Save the lid for storage.
What You’ll Need:
– Egg blower, Aunt Marge’s 2-hole Egg Blower
– 12 eggs
– Several mixing bowls, shallow and deep
– Measuring spoons
– Liquid measuring cup
– White vinegar
– Food coloring, including liquid brown food color, lorannoils.com
– Spoon and fork
– Olive oil
– Paper towels