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Once our eggs are placed inside the dye solution and they're nice and secured, we're going to start boiling the solution. Now there's a few things that are very important here. One is that we shouldn't let it actually come to a full boil because once it comes to a full boil the eggs are going to start bouncing around and again it's going to cause our images that are on the egg to move around. The other thing is that we just want to make sure that the eggs are being covered by the dye solution, so we're just going to move them around very gently and we can place some of the leaves on top of them so that the dye soaks in. And we're going to keep it on the fire again till it comes to almost a boil. After it comes to the point where it's almost ready to boil we should turn the fire down and we should just let it sit for about 30 minutes. Once we let it sit for about 30 minutes, then we'll be ready to take the eggs out of the dye solution. Now we see that the dye solution is starting to boil. So we're going to turn off our fire, put it on very low. We're going to let it sit on low for 30 minutes and it's going to just be steeping in the dye and this is going to give time for the egg to absorb the dye color and create our images.