tutorial from Martha Stewart, which recommends adhesive vinyl for stenciling. Instead I tried out some stickers and tapes I had on hand. None of the stickers I tried stuck very well, but I had success with strips of blue painters tape.
When your real eggs are all done, decorate virtual eggs with the Incredible Easter Egg Designer at IncredibleEgg.org.1. Cut lots of strips of tape about one centimeter wide.2. Prepare all your dyes using your preferred method.3. Wrap eggs with several strips of tape and then dip into first color of dye.4. After the amount of time suggested in the dyeing instructions, take the eggs out of the first color and allow them to dry a little on a cooling rack or other raised surface.5. Unwrap strips of tape from egg to reveal blank white lines. Wrap new strips in the opposite direction.6. Dip eggs into second color. Repeat drying process after appropriate dyeing time.7. Unwrap tape and reveal plaid eggs!
rabbit story or a great Easter egg book, and mark your spot with an Egghead bookmark from Issa at TipJunkie.