Every Easter my kids look forward to dying the Easter Eggs.
We have always done it the same way, bowls of water and food coloring. It is usually messy, but still so much fun.
This year I thought we would try it a different way. Maybe with very little to no mess! Cut out the water all together. We decided to go with Rainbow Easter Eggs.
Here is what you will need:
-Hard boiled Eggs
– A place to dry the eggs
First you will need to hard boil the eggs. When finished cooking let them cool down and dry.
Then you will place an egg in a Ziploc bag and add 2-3 drops of different food coloring onto the egg. (Or a lot of drops if you let the kids do it on their own!) We only used one Ziploc Bag and washed it out after each egg.
Then comes the part the kids liked to call the “squishy” part. Let the kids rub the egg around in the bag until covered in food coloring. (Adding more colors if needed)
Next let them dry. If you have extra food coloring dripping off the egg simply wipe it off with a paper tower.
I made the egg holders myself with strips of paper, quick and easy to do. Cut a strip of paper, form a circle, cut on side and slide it together.
And there you have it! You are done!
Find a nice place to display the kids new art work.
You can even use them as a pretty centre piece on the table for Easter dinner!