Explore Dragon Egg, Cracked Egg, and more!

Crack the shell before dying the egg = dragon eggs.

Make Vibrantly Colored Tea Eggs

boil eggs, crack the shell, then reboil in colored water.these are awesome! I don't reboil I just let them some in food coloring and water. Best if you put a drop right in the middle of the crack in your egg before putting in water!

Bright and Marbled Easter Eggs

4 Simple Ways to Decorate Eggs

A tablespoon of oil added to each mug of dye gives eggs a beautiful marbled effect. Lightly pat each egg dry with a paper towel, leaving a bit of the oil for a shiny, varnished look.

Easter Egg - Peanut M & M's, White chocolate Hershey Hugs and Snyders square pretzels.  Place one Hershey Hug onto a square pretzel on a cookie sheet.  Bake 7 minutes in 175 degree oven.  Remove from oven and quickly sprinkle with colored decorator sugar. Press a Peanut M&M into the melted Hershey Hug.

Easter Peanut Butter Buttons - chocolate pretzel PB treats snack snacks easter eggs hunt party idea ideas class classroom office pretty easy simple-- CUTE BUT-remember to use regular m&ms for nut allergies

Skinny Easter Egg Cake Balls - A fun Easter dessert idea, display them in a basket or give them away as gifts.

It's no where near Easter but I love this idea! Skinny Easter Egg Cake Balls - A fun Easter dessert idea, display them in a basket.

I'm so doing this!!!

The easter bunny forgot to flush! 13 Ingenious Ways to Prove the Easter Bunny Exists!

Hello Kitty hard boiled eggs, OMG! I have to do this for Easter!

Such a cute idea for little girls to do an egg hunt searching for Kitty! Hello Kitty hard boiled eggs OMG I have to do this for easter!

Skinny Easter Egg Cake Balls ~ A fun Easter dessert idea, cake balls decorated as Easter eggs! Put them in a basket and watch them disappear.

IF ONLY CAKE POPS WERE THIS EASY! such a cute idea! Skinny Easter Egg Cake Balls ~ A fun Easter dessert idea, cake balls decorated as Easter eggs! Put them in a basket and watch them disappear.

Frugal Life Project: Dye Your Easter Eggs with Kool-Aid!

hey jen renee: kool-eggs - use kool aid to dye Easter Eggs - no need for vinegar! Read all the info to get a good yellow and purple color.

Cuuttee

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

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