Decorating Ideas For Naturally Colorful Eggs
You spent countless hours picking out the perfect chicken breeds so that your backyard flock would lay an assortment of colored eggs, reminiscent of Easter every day of the year. Pastel blues, olive green, light brown, cream, white, and chocolate colored eggs are proudly displayed in that special bowl or egg skelter on your kitchen counter. But now, Easter is approaching and there you are contemplating buying a dozen eggs from the grocery store so that you can have a plain canvas on which to dye eggs for the holiday. What if I told you that you can use your already jewel toned eggs and still have fun decorating the hard-boiled beauties for those Easter baskets? I was struggling with this “problem” this year and here are some ideas that I came up with.
Stickers, stencils, jewels, markers, and more. Get creative! In almost any store this time of year, you will find egg coloring kits. The options seem to be expanding each year and you no longer have just one choice for decorating your Easter eggs. I even saw a kit with emojis for your eggs! We experimented with some jewels and doodle markers from Paas on our colorful eggs (although my youngest decided to use the yellow marker to completely coat his).
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