I’ve only done typical egg-decorating—using the dyes that come in the “Paas” box, and taking a white crayon to write my name or make a design. I’ve been spying these new ideas on Pinterest recently, and I can’t wait to try one or two of them!
Source: Martha Stewart
I am in love with these pretty, glittery eggs. And I like that this tutorial explains how to blow the raw whites & yolk out of the egg so that you only have a shell (and therefore can keep the eggs for more than one year).
Aren’t these adorable? They’re colored with pastel Sharpies (with the detail in Sharpie pens)!! How easy!
Source: oh my little dears
Gorgeous dyed eggs, wrapped in washi tape and lacy ribbon, to be used as placeholders on the table :)
I want to run to the store right now to pick up these McCormick neon colors (box of 4). I wonder if they really turn out this bright & vivid!
The link will take you to the “recipe” for this marbleized egg—which is 1/4 cup boiling water, 1 teaspoon vinegar, 1/8 teaspoon oil, and 4-8 drops of food coloring. (I really want to try this one, but I might have to do it at a separate table from the kids because of the boiling water part.)
Have you tried any of these before? Do they work? Do tell!