The secret behind thesebotanical beauties? CL contributing editor Jodi Kahn used temporary tattoo paper ($19.95 for five 8 1/2"W x 11"L sheets; decalpaper.com).
Step 1: Begin by downloading free images from graphicsfairy.blogspot.com and thevintagemoth.blogspot.com.
Step 2: Arrange them in a Microsoft Word document, resizing each to fit on an egg.
Step 3: Print the images on tattoo paper, cut them out, and adhere to blown-out eggs, following package instructions.
The best source for colorful, pre-blown eggs: Brackenridgeranch.com (from 85 cents).
Tell us: Will you try this technique?
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