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Dip dyeing is definitely trending. We've seen the technique applied to baskets, candles, flower pots, utensils, and textiles, so why not Easter eggs, too? These modern, neon-colored eggs would make a very pretty centerpiece display for your Easter Sunday dinner.

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The color gradients are achieved by dipping the egg once quickly for the lightest color, then submerging the egg again and letting it rest in the dye for 3 to 5 minutes. Repeat for a third band of color.

Get the Full Tutorial: Neon Dip-Dyed Easter Eggs at Oh Joy!

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