By Nif on April 12, 2011
Photo by rosie316
Photo by rosie316
"You can have so much fun decorating Easter eggs - it's not just for kids! Here are a few suggestions for both decorating and dying. I had to lump all of the decorating ideas together because I couldn't list the different items in the ingredients. The ideas are easy, just take a look! I hope you find something that can express your artistic flair! Enjoy!"
Serving Size: 1 (262 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
""Hi", and "Happy Easter" to all... I made my beautifully colored eggs this year using this method (rather than the store bought dissolve a tablet and dip method). However, I did get somewhat creative with this concoction. Just be sure that you have latex gloves on, and have plain paper (like waxed, butchers paper) over your table/counter top while preparing these... (edible food coloring can permanently stain some surfaces). Thank you for sharing this recipe. Made for PRMR - Spring 2013"
"Thanks for the post! It has been years since I have coloured eggs and as we live in Australia, there are no colouring kits like when I grew up. I can't wait!!!"
"This was enjoyable even for my great big teenager. I used loosely wrapped masking tape and different colors to create a sort of tie-dye effect. We also made plain ones. So much fun! Thanks for posting!"
"We experimented with stickers and a white crayon and just had a good time. A wonderful way to bring family together for Easter fun. Thanks for all the ideas on decorating eggs."
"We had so much fun and the eggs turned out so pretty! Due to the age of the children we only did plain solid colors. Nif just loved your suggestions and directions as they make egg dying and decorating a snap. Thanks so much for the post."