Next with you dyes simply dot the cream. Then with a toothpick swirl. Don't mix, just swirl together otherwise you will just get a nicely colored egg not marbled.
I used one pan and started with a teal green that I created by mixing colors together, blue and green. Choose colors that you like you don't have to be super fancy or artistic, do what you enjoy.
|This is my final cream mixture using a teal, orange and yellow dye.|
Now take your egg (hard-boiled or hollowed) and roll it gently through the mixture making sure to cover entire egg. Gently set aside to dry I used the egg craft so as not to wipe off any of the shave cream.
|Thats the teal color painted onto a piece of egg shell in the background.|
I then added orange (red-yellow) and rolled an egg through.
|Orange and Teal|
Finally I have it some neon yellow and rolled one more egg.
|Teal and Neon Yellow|
Now the hard part waiting for the dyes to set on the egg. Give it about 15 mins. Then simply wipe off the cream with a paper towel and viola gorgeous marbled eggs!
|This is how I set mine to let them dry while waiting.|
I think these would be beautiful on an Easter buffet as hard-boiled eggs.
|Beautiful Marbled Eggs|