Rubber band dyed eggs. Just wrap bands around eggs then dye. The directions said just to snip the bands, but when we did this we allowed the eggs to dry, then removed the bands and used them again.

Rubber band dyed eggs. Just wrap bands around eggs then dye. The directions said just to snip the bands, but when we did this we allowed the eggs to dry, then removed the bands and used them again.

Tips & Tricks for Decorating Stunning Easter Eggs with Kids

Decorating Easter Eggs with Kids

BIG List of Easy Easter Recipes! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com ~ get inspired with all sorts of fun food ideas, desserts, appetizers, main course dinner dishes, and delicious beverages for your Easter party meal! #recipe #easterrecipes #thefrugalgirls

BIG List of Easy Easter Recipes! ~ from TheFrugalGirls.com ~ get inspired with all sorts of fun food ideas, desserts, appetizers, main course dinner dishes, and delicious beverages for your Easter party meal! #recipe #easterrecipes #thefrugalgirls

Natural Home Made Easter Egg Dyes from EcoCrazy Mom - The Shopping Duck

Natural Home Made Easter Egg Dyes from EcoCrazy Mom - The Shopping Duck

DIY Easter candy decorations

DIY Easter candy decorations

DIY Easter candy decorations - I made the jelly bean topiary with Josie and Lydia. They LOVED helping glue the jelly beans on, and it looks really cute on our new table runner.

Love this! Decorating Easter eggs with a white paint pen. This is a great way to go ahead and use your farm fresh brown eggs at Easter. (we always had to buy white eggs at Easter because our hens all lay brown eggs!)

Love this! Decorating Easter eggs with a white paint pen. This is a great way to go ahead and use your farm fresh brown eggs at Easter. (we always had to buy white eggs at Easter because our hens all lay brown eggs!)

Instructions for Volcano Colored Eggs:  Mix together a tbsp of baking soda, couple tsps of water and some food coloring.  Now, grab your paint brushes and begin painting your eggs.  Then pour vinegar it on top of the egg & watch the “volcanic eruption” take place.You can repeat steps 2, 3, & 4 over & over until you’re ready to move onto another egg.   Lastly, pat off any excess vinegar or simply let them air dry.

Instructions for Volcano Colored Eggs: Mix together a tbsp of baking soda, couple tsps of water and some food coloring. Now, grab your paint brushes and begin painting your eggs. Then pour vinegar it on top of the egg & watch the “volcanic eruption” take place.You can repeat steps 2, 3, & 4 over & over until you’re ready to move onto another egg. Lastly, pat off any excess vinegar or simply let them air dry.

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