No-dye polka dot Easter eggs: just attach double-sided adhesive dots and roll in glitter. Super easy and super cute!

Pretty No-Dye Easter Eggs

No-dye polka dot Easter eggs: just attach double-sided adhesive dots and roll in glitter. Super easyNo-dye polka dot Easter eggs: just attach double-sided adhesive dots and roll in glitter.

dye easter eggs with kool-aid (NEVER buying egg dye again!)  No vinegar!

dye easter eggs with kool-aid (NEVER buying egg dye again!) No vinegar! This is a nice find dye easter eggs with kool-aid (NEVER buying egg dye again!) No vinegar!


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Glitter Eggs!

DIY - glitter eggs - via Martha Stewart I would do this with plastic eggs, not real ones.unless you like eating your eggs with a lot of glitter!

Simple and cute for Easter: Multi-colored Peep kabobs!

Peeps on a stick… clever, cheap, and looks great in the basket! Need to remember this next Easter! Peeps on a stick… clever, cheap, and looks great in the basket!

Easter idea - gorgeous image

Easter idea - gorgeous image

Totally doing this next Easter! "Ombre eggs" Slowly add more and more water until the eggs are completely covered! Love this idea! We typically mix "like" colors but never thought of this!

Easter Egg Dying

Easter egg color chart -Mix cup boiling water, 1 teaspoon vinegar and 10 to 20 drops food color in a cup to achieve desired colors. Repeat for each color. Dip hard-cooked eggs in dye for about 5 minutes

Make Marble Dyed Easter Eggs With Shaving Cream

Marbled Easter eggs: add food color to shaving cream & swirl the colors. roll egg across pattern, allow to sit for a minute & wipe off the shaving cream. (other egg dying ideas on this page as well)

1. Insert candy into balloon 2. Blow balloon up to desired size 3. Wrap balloon with colored yarn or string 4. Paint with White (Dries Clear) Glue 5. When glue is dry pop balloon and remove pieces

Prize Egg--put candy inside a balloon blow it up. Wrap balloon with glue coated string and let it dry. Pop balloon and you have a prize egg!

Orange jelly beans, yellow peeps, and orange tulips arranged in layers making an adorable Easter centerpiece.

Easter centerpiece ~ with peeps and jellybeans! lambrose Easter centerpiece ~ with peeps and jellybeans! Easter centerpiece ~ with peeps and jellybeans!

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

Easter egg dying for little hands. Use a whisk! I'll have to remember this when Easter rolls around! No little kiddos but I still dye eggs :) Great idea!

String Egg Maker

My mom used to make these! DIY Easter Egg Garland wrap a balloon with string, roll it around in the liquid starch. After you have soaked the balloon put the balloon on a cup and let it dry overnight. Pop the balloon and you have your egg

Family Volley: Easter Egg Hunts-More Than Just Candy-Lots of Ideas for mamas like me who would honestly eat ALL of their kids candy!

Easter Egg Hunts-More Than Just Candy-Lots of Ideas. Need a fun idea to spruce up your Easter Egg Hunt? Instead of just candy, why not fill your eggs with clues or puzzle pieces, or all sorts of things.

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