Fun Easter Eggs

Hi Friends! 

Jumping on real quick to share with you a fun activity I did today with my nanny kids. It was super simple and made some really gorgeous eggs! 

I have seen a ton of these pics floating around so this is by no means my original idea, and I don’t know who came up with it, but whoever you are, I have to say thank you! 

I saw someone else use shaving cream but I didn’t want to do that in case the kids ate it! And they did! Haha 

Tie-Dye Easter Eggs

Ingredients

  • 1-2 dozen white eggs, hard boiled
  • 1-2 containers cool whip, thawed
  • Gel food coloring- the brighter the better
  • White vinegar 


Directions 

  1. Place hard boiled eggs in a vinegar bath for about 5 min. Dry eggs off.
  2. Divide cool whip into containers depending on how many color combos you want to do. 
  3. Squeeze 4-5 drops of each desired color into the cool whip. We did 2 colors per container and it worked out great.  
  4. Swirl a butter knife or toothpick through the cool whip making the dye move around into tie-dye like streaks. 
  5. Place 4-6 eggs in each container. Cover each egg with the cool whip. 
  6. Let the eggs sit for 25 min or so. 
  7. Give the eggs a bath in a bowl of clean water (change the water every 5 eggs or so). 
  8. Gently dry and return to the egg carton. 

Have fun! Let me know if you try it out 🙂
May you be filled with joy and health!

15 thoughts on “Fun Easter Eggs

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  2. ilkasblog

    Your Easter Eggs look great Esther! I love the tie-dye, marble look! I’m looking forward to coloring our Easter eggs with my kids tomorrow! Happy Easter to you and your family!

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