Use rubber bands, stickers, and white wax crayons to make areas that remain dye free
Use colored crayons to draw designs
Gently use the large spoon to place an egg in the dye
Use the color guide table for dye times for different color intensities
Remove the egg. Pat but do not rub dry to reduce mottling.
Let dry completely on a drying rack or holder. The color must dry completely to withstand handling.
For more intense color, dip and dye multiple times, or try different color combinations.
Optional: To reduce mottling from sediment, use the large whisk to elevate the egg in the dye. Open the wire loops to place an egg inside the whisk, then put the whisk/egg assembly in the dye. Make sure it won't tip over.
Optional: Wipe the dry eggs with a thin coat of vegetable or olive oil to bring out the color and shine.