method. Some of the steps are the same with the way "etching" I told you before in the previous post.
First steps are the same. If you want decorate the egg only as a talisman — make it empty. If it is for Easter — boil eggs, and cool them. Then, draw a pattern on the egg, apply the wax on the surface of the eggs, painted lines using the pysachok. You can sketch the lines, not all at once, as there will be several colors.
When everything is ready and covered all needed lines, pour into an empty jar paints for Easter eggs, if you haven't them and want to use aniline paints, sprinkle a little powder or tablet (if the paint tableted) in a jar, fill with boiling water and add 2-3 tablespoons of vinegar. The solution is ready. Before painting you can first immerse the eggs in vinegar for 30-40 seconds — it better to be painted.
Now, dip the egg in a jar, and keep it there for as long as you get the desired color. I remind you that the paint should start with a light color, for example yellow or orange.
Dip the egg in a jar with another color, and keep it there for as long as you get the desired color again.
When you paint the egg for the last time, remove and dry it.
Thus wipe the wax from around the eggs using the fire and towel.
That's it! Easter Egg is ready!
If you made an empty egg as a talisman, you can thread the string through the hole, and hang it in the desired place.
Or if for Easter — to make eggs looked rich and shining, you can wipe them with a slightly oil.