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Easter Egg Decorating Ideas | Marble Eggs

A trio of beautiful marble Easter eggs.

This Easter, instead of the usual solid-colored Easter eggs, try something new! In the Rada Cutlery test kitchen, we decorated eggs that have a marble look to them. After some trial and error, we came up with an easy set of instructions that will make this project fun for the whole family. This Easter egg decorating idea is very simple to do and will make a great decoration for your home!

Supplies you will need:

  • Hard boiled eggs
  • Egg dye or food coloring
  • Measuring spoons
  • White vinegar
  • Cups or bowls
  • Cooking oil
  • Spoon
  • Fork
  • Paper napkins or towels

1. Mix together water, vinegar and egg coloring of your choice

Lowering egg with Handi-Stir

2. Place an egg in the cup of coloring (Tip: the Rada Cutlery Handi-Stir is perfect for dying eggs).

3. Allow to sit in the food coloring until the desired color is reached. A lighter color works best for this step.

4. In a shallower bowl, prepare a second color using the same method. You only need about an inch of water in this bowl and a darker color works better for this step.

Adding cooking oil

5. Add a tablespoon of oil and swirl with a fork or the Rada Handi-stir.

Swirl egg in oil mixture

6. Take the same egg from step 2 and carefully swirl in the mixture with oil. Try not to let the egg touch the bottom of the bowl because it will ruin the swirl patterns on the egg.

7. Gently pat the egg dry with a paper towel or napkin. The eggs will be a little slippery because of the oil.

8. Allow eggs to air dry.

Try this Easter egg decorating idea this Easter and let us at Rada Cutlery know what you think!

How to Tie Die Eggs!

A set of groovy tie die eggs.

Looking for more cool and fun ideas for egg decorating? We have the lowdown on how to tie die eggs for a groovy look everyone will love!

Raise Funds and Do Good with Rada Cutlery!

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Rada Cutlery has been a leader in the world of fundraising since its founding in 1948! Each year, tens of thousands of fundraisers meet and exceed their financial goals by partnering with Rada Cutlery to successfully raise money for worthy causes. Churches, schools, civic organizations, athletic clubs, charities, and many more groups find that Rada Cutlery helps them get where they need to be. All sales with Rada earn an astounding 40% profit, and our customer service is second to none!

Rada Cutlery’s website has all the information you need on how to start a successful fundraiser!

Easter is a great time of the year to remember some of the non-profits who strive to make a positive difference. Easter Seals is an organization dedicated to providing services to people living with disabilities, so check them out and consider donating!

American-Made Cutlery!

Rada Factory with American Flag

Rada Manufacturing Co. has been located in the American Midwest from the beginning. It’s our sincere belief that the American worker possesses unparalleled skill and work ethic, and our products reflect this. That’s why all Rada knives and kitchen utensils are backed with a Lifetime Guarantee!

This video will tell you more about how the care put into Rada’s products makes them so remarkable!

 Easy to make Bunny Cookies

Bunny Cookies by Rada Cutlery

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Marble Eggs Collage

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  1. I have been trying to decide what type of professional knives I should purchase (I have a strange need to buy the best of everything whenever I find something I enjoy doing I’ve been looking at mostly a global set). I purchased the Rada Paring Knife solely because of its price, and for it to tie me over until I figure out what type of knives I prefer. I have only had it for a few days but I’m already impressed with how well it cuts. The knife itself has a really sharp blade, I barely had to place any pressure for it to cut through some asparagus. It was able to cut paper-thin slices of tomatoes, also without much effort. It even cut my lip before I knew what happened(there was some goat cheese on the knife…and well I couldn’t help it). It’s super lightweight which makes it easy for me to handle (no pun intended). The only thing I dislike about it is the texture on the handle. While it makes for a good grip, it feels strange to touch. It’s almost like a chalkboard texture, kind of gritty. That shouldn’t bother most, I’m just a bit hypersensitive.