Abstract Art Easter Eggs With a white hard-boiled egg as your canvas, you can inspire your inner artist and create a mini masterpiece. Use a medium-tip black permanent marker to doodle curlicue lines, broadening a few of the strokes. Fill in your design with colored permanent markers, and finish with polka dots that follow the curves of the lines.
I posted this tutorial a few years ago and it has become somewhat of a tradition to bring it back every year! One of our family Easter traditions is dying eggs with pieces of silk. I saw a cute lady show Martha how to do it a few years ago and I ran upstairs right …
Henna Inspired Eggs *edible* Add a few teaspoons of turmeric to a pot of water. Drop eggs into water carefully and boil for ~ 6-10 minutes (as you would for soft or hard boiled eggs) PS - you can eat the eggs after !
Dying Easter eggs with 100% silk ties (can be found a thrift shops). Separate the lining of the tie and cut enough to go around the egg (trying to smooth out wrinkles, use a twist tie to secure, then wrap with white fabric (like an old pillow case), cut to fit around the egg and use another tie wrap. Boil tied up egg in water with 1/4 C vinegar for about 20 mins. Take out, let cool and unwrap to reveal your design.