Pysanky, derived from a Ukrainian word meaning to write, is the name for eggs decorated using a wax-resist method to create simple or intricate designs. In this one day workshop, students will learn to “write” on their eggs with a specialized tool and hot wax to create multi-layered designs with brightly colored dyes. Participants should bring two or three raw eggs, a candle holder, and a tapered candle. All other supplies, including a take-home kit, are included in the class price.
Ukrainian Egg Dyeing
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