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Great Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

I love these egg lanterns and colorful decode. Photo credit Parents Magazine

Easter is less than a week away, so it’s time to start dying those eggs and planning your egg hunts! The process of egg boiling can be a bit boring just by itself, so I have decided to incorporate an egg hunt party this year.

Every year I waited patently over the stove watching eggs until I found the KRUPS Egg Cooker, a genius product that cooks your eggs perfectly every time.  I thought for sure it was all a gimmick, but instead it turned out to be a wonderful solution to a problem we all have around the holidays. Now you will have time for baking and fun decorating projects!

You can even boil up to seven eggs at one time. (I have never been able to get more than five eggs in one pot, so this little machine is going to really come in handy.) The machine can also be used to make poached eggs, and individual omelets which are perfectly portioned for your little ones.

Here are a few fun egg decorating projects for the family!

Sand-Art Eggs (Photo Credit: Parents Magazine)

How To Make Sand-Art Eggs:

What You’ll Need:

  • Colored sand
  • Small bowls
  • Foam brush
  • Glue
  • Bottle cap
  • Hard-boiled or ceramic eggs

Krups Egg Cooker

Make it:
1. Pour different colors of sand into small bowls; set aside.
2. Use a foam brush apply glue to an egg. Cover it completely for a solid look or create stripes or desired pattern.
3. Dip egg into bowl of sand or use fingers to sprinkle sand on top of glue until covered as desired.
4. Set finished egg on a bottle cap to dry overnight.

How To Make Mosaic Eggs

What You’ll Need:

  • White eggshells
  • Craft paper or newspaper
  • Boiling water
  • Vinegar
  • Food coloring
  • Bowls or cups
  • Fork or slotted spoon
  • Paper towels
  • Glue
  • Hard-boiled or ceramic eggs

Mosaic Eggs (Photo Credit: Parents Magazine)

Make it:
1. Rinse eggshells with warm water and set aside. Protect your work surface with craft paper.
2. Combine one cup boiling water, one tablespoon vinegar, and 20 drops food coloring in a bowl or cup.
3. Submerge eggshells in colored liquid for 3 to 5 minutes or until desired color is achieved.
4. Use a fork or a slotted spoon to remove dyed shells and let dry completely on a stack of paper towels.
5. Break colored eggshells into smaller pieces then use craft glue to adhere to the egg; let dry overnight.

 

 

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