Introduction: Coloring Easter Eggs

Every year we color eggs for Easter. Of course we want to have different ones every-time and this time I bring you a very quick and simple way to color eggs. They turn out like little art works!

Step 1:

All you need is:
cooked, cooled Eggs
Cling-foil
Kitchen-paper
a Plastic Tray
Food-Coloring

Step 2:

Put a layer of cling-foil into the plastic tray, add a layer of kitchen-paper and make drops or stripes with food-coloring onto it.

Step 3:

Roll an egg up into the kitchen-paper and cling-foil an leave for at least 4 hours.

Step 4:

Unwrap and let dry completely.

Don't they look great?

Comments

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saosport (author)2013-04-19

very cool idea I will have to try this. I am going to start hard boiling eggs all year round but they are easier to keep track of if they are colored. Plus it is fun. I will try this soon.

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sunshiine (author)2013-03-27

I love this idea! It is perfect for me because I can't draw or paint! thanks for sharing and have an awesome Easter!
sunshiine

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Pane-Bistecca (author)sunshiine2013-04-07

Did you try it?

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sunshiine (author)Pane-Bistecca2013-04-07

Not yet! I had planned to when my son visits but he changed the plans for now. I will share a picture when I do! Have a beautiful day!
sunshiine

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poofrabbit (author)2013-03-25

These are very cool looking, I always like a twist on Easter egg dying! Nicely done!

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Pane-Bistecca (author)poofrabbit2013-03-27

Thank you!

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judywhite1 (author)2013-03-24

Pretty...but way too much trouble!

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Pane-Bistecca (author)judywhite12013-03-24

It's no trouble at all and very quickly done.

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Penolopy Bulnick (author)2013-03-23

Cool! It would be fun to try this with different textured paper towels :)

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Yes that was what I was thinking too. Next time I make sure I have some different ones.

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