March 22, 2016
Photo courtesy of Spoon Fork Bacon.
Easter is a great time to pull up chairs to the crafting table (and pull out some plastic to protect the carpet – I’m looking at you egg dye). This year, if you are looking beyond the box for an Easter egg decorating method, give these impossibly creative methods a try.
Armed with paint, green felt, scissors, and glue, you are halfway to making these impossible cute carrot themed eggs.
Egg dye spills – we’ve all been there. If you’re are looking to avoid the mess, these no-dye eggs are for you! All you need is tissue paper, scissors or dye cuts, and a glue stick to get down to business.
Let the kids creativity soar with this easy and beautiful decorating method. Dye is spooned over eggs to create fun watercolor style patterns. Everyone will be oohing and awing over the kids sophisticated designs.
You won’t be wiping sticky egg dye soaked finders with this mess-free method. Pick our some beautifully designed napkins, cut out the design, and glue. These show stopping eggs practically make themselves.