By Woman's Day Staff
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Gel/paste food coloring (approximately $2 each at craft and baking supply stores)
1 dozen white hard-boiled eggs
1. Mix colors using ⅓ tsp (¼ tsp for yellow) food coloring, enough warm water to cover eggs and 1 tsp white vinegar.
2. Dip egg fully in dye and let dry.
3. Dip the egg again ¾ of the way into the dye and let dry. Repeat in quarterly increments.
Optional: You can also start by leaving the tip of the egg white. To create a multicolor gradation, start with one color and dip in quarterly increments. At the half mark, begin dipping by quarters in another color.