Easter Egg Decorating

by Lynn Lilly, Apr 07 2015

Spring has sprung which means warmer weather, pastel colors, green grass, flowers blooming and Easter Sunday. One of the first things that comes to my mind when thinking about Easter decor is EGGS. Not only do stores offer fun and multiple decorating kits these days, there are so many different ways that you can make your decorating new and unique. Using the basic dye kits that you can find in any drug store or supermarket will get you a great base color {or colors} for your eggs. Once you have the basic colors done there are no limits for what you can add on top. Some of the things I like are washi tape, candy flowers, ribbon, paint, glitter, marker and beads.

Tip: If you would like more elegant and delicate eggs you can remove the inside and just have the shell. Not only does this make for lighter and easier to use decorations that don’t need to be refrigerated, but you can also save your favorite creations for years to come.
How to: Using a sewing pin or safety pin poke a small hole in the top and bottom of the egg. Hold over the sink or bowl and blow the raw egg contents out of the other side. Rinse the shell and you are ready to decorate. 

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