Kids will get a kick out of letting the rubber cement gloop and dribble and squiggle all over (the Easter egg, that is).
To start, rest the egg in an empty egg-carton lid or on a section of paper-towel tube set upright. Or, wear rubber gloves and hold the egg. Then, using the applicator brush, dribble gobs of rubber cement over the egg.
When the cement has dried thoroughly, dip the egg into a bowl of dye. When the desired shade is achieved, remove the egg and let it dry.
Peel off the glue and add additional colors, if desired.