Easter is coming soon, and Easter decorations always include Easter Eggs. It’s an excellent time for kids to have fun with parents decorating Easter Eggs. When I was a child, it was always an adventure to try new ways of Easter eggs coloring. We would do it every year in some new, unusual way – and the results were always a surprise. I’m sure, the nature of children didn’t change much even though I was growing up in the previous Millenium(!).
Anyway, if you didn’t spend time with your kids decorating Easter eggs before, you should give it a try this year and prepare all the materials you need in advance. Family traditions make relationships stronger, so let’s take a look at some fantastic ideas for decorating Easter eggs that you can try this year!
The most simple way of decorating Easter eggs is giving them dye bath, but if you’ve been doing this for many years, wouldn’t you like to try some new ideas for Easter 2017? I looked for the most fun ideas, tips, and tricks for decorating Easter eggs and came up to share with you a list of my favorites.
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1. Decorating Easter Eggs as Chicks
These Easter eggs are my number one, they are so cute, fun and can be done in about 30 minutes!
The blogger used yellow acrylic paint on hard-boiled eggs and then glued the rest of the details with regular glue. Be creative and make your own Chick Easter Eggs using the details available at your home.
2. Marbleized Easter Eggs by Happyhooligans
This recipe requires using olive oil, vinegar, and food coloring! All you need to do is just dip your eggs in colored water to dye then, and then dip them in oil mixed with colored water. This simple double-painting technique creates amazing marbleized Easter eggs.
3. Naturally dyed eggs of all colors
This simple photo explains you which natural products should be used to dye Easter eggs in different colors.
4. Easter Eggs made of Colorful Gelatin
You will need these Plastic Eggs and gelatin of four different colors, like Jell-O (pack of 4: Green Apple, Cherry, Watermelon, Blue Raspberry) and a plastic syringe.
It’s pretty simple recipe but takes some time because you’ll have to refrigerate each layer or jello for 10-15 minutes one after another. You can’t add the new layer before the previous is completely still, so the colors don’t mix with each other.
On the top of each plastic egg make holes big enough to use the syringe, using a knife will break the plastic; so better use thin scissors or an awl. Note: every second layer of gelatin was mixed with Greek yogurt to create a matte color.
5. Decoupage Easter Eggs with Floral Napkins
Follow the steps of this fantastic guide to decoupage eggs using napkins and mod podge.
Source: Craft & Creativity