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Embroidery floss easter eggs! All you need is balloons (regular or water balloons) blown up into an egg shape, liquid starch + flour, & embroidery floss. These look lovely hanging on a garland of embroidery floss (or fishing line!)

Embroidery floss easter eggs! All you need is balloons (regular or water balloons) blown up into an egg shape, liquid starch + flour, & embroidery floss. These look lovely hanging on a garland of embroidery floss (or fishing line!)

Attach double-sided tape dots to your eggs and roll in glitter..simple, less messy way to make very cool Easter eggs!

Attach double-sided tape dots to your eggs and roll in glitter..simple, less messy way to make very cool Easter eggs!

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Peeps on a Stick are easy to make and only take a few supplies!

Coloring easter eggs-- this is VERY helpful with children!! We did it last year and will do it again this year.

Coloring easter eggs-- this is VERY helpful with children!! We did it last year and will do it again this year.

Kool aid easter egg dye!!!!! I did this, they are deep and gorgeous colors. I learned if you leave them in for more than 3-5 minutes they start to bubble and the color blisters and peels off. So leaving them in less than 3 is best, and it does not affect the flavor of the egg at all.

Kool aid easter egg dye!!!!! I did this, they are deep and gorgeous colors. I learned if you leave them in for more than 3-5 minutes they start to bubble and the color blisters and peels off. So leaving them in less than 3 is best, and it does not affect the flavor of the egg at all.

I really don't like to over do it with Candy at Easter.  So many "Candy Hollidays" already!

I really don't like to over do it with Candy at Easter. So many "Candy Hollidays" already!

Easter floral arrangement with plastic or wooden eggs

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