Dyeing Easter eggs is an eagerly anticipated annual tradition at our house, but I like to try new techniques from time to time to keep the project fresh and interesting. This year, we decided to experiment with a material called bleeding tissue paper to dye our eggs. Bleeding tissue paper looks like regular tissue paper, but the color transfers to other surfaces (like egg shells), leaving an interesting "tie-dyed" impression.
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You'll need scissors, water, a brush, bleeding tissue paper and, of course, eggs.
Make sure to cover your surface - bleeding tissue paper stains!
Leave the paper on for a papier mache look...
...or peel it off for a softer, more tie-dyed look.