Baking Powder Easter Eggs - see how we decorated this egg-ploding eggs. A fun way for kids to observe cause and effect and create colorful eggs I think I'll try this with food coloring vs powdered tempera paint.
No recipe. pinned this for idea, the site is to order products.Chocolate covered strawberries for Easter! Dip into chocolate and then decorate the dipped strawberries with Candy Writers! Get some fruit with your chocolate for Easter!
Rothko eggs I'm going to do these year 'round Gradient Easter eggs. Put dye in cup so bottom third of egg is covered. After a few minutes add water until half the egg is covered. Repeat until whole egg is covered.
Pour paint onto a disposable plate. Dip just the end of a pencil eraser into the paint and dot the egg. Wash or wipe off the eraser to change colors. Make sure to dot one color at a time. You also can use a cotton swab to make small dots on your egg.