DIY Naturally Dyed Eggs with Color Dye Chart. Using things like grape juice, tea, beets, carrots and many more, you can dye eggs (and other things?) in beautiful hues. Tutorial and chart from Two Men and a Little Farm here.
This is a fabulous idea! A friend took small glow sticks and put them in plastic eggs. Then hid them in the house and turned off the lights for the hunt. Must remember this! How about a night time Easter egg hunt in the backyard?
White Chocolate dipped Oreos with a large marshmallow cut in half on the diagonal and then dipped in pink sprinkles. The nose is a mini jelly bean and the eyes are made from a black edible marker. ears and nose attached with melted white chocolate chips.
Use KOOL-AIDE TO DYE EGGS your kitchen will smell fruity instead of like vinegar. Your eggs will be brighter, and the whole project will be cheaper. Here is how:you can be happy with your Easter egg dying experience because it is about to get even better.
My kids would love this Easter egg lunch hunt. All you do is fill your kids Easter eggs with their lunch. Then you’ll hide the eggs around the yard. Once your kids have found their eggs, they can enjoy their lunch together. What a fun tradition!