Traditionally, the eggs were left whole. They would eventually dry out and become light. Some of my eggs are left whole, in keeping with tradition. Some of my eggs are blown to allow them to be hung as ornaments.
to see many other examples of these eggs, check out my Pysanky gallery on Flickr
Step 1: Materials Needed:
Pure Beeswax Block
Heat Tool (optional)
Before you begin, WASH YOUR HANDS! Oils on your hands can get on the egg shells and cause uneven dyeing. It helps to make sure your hands are clean before you start handling the eggs.
always start with room temperature eggs. cold eggs will sweat marring your pencil lines or your dye.