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This year, my kids and I dyed our Easter eggs with food coloring and foam shaving cream. It was messy, fun, and my two oldest already told me ...
There are only really two "ingredients" to dye eggs this way, and the rest are items I hope you have in your kitchen. We did this activity outside ...
So keeping in mind that this is a fun, messy activity for the kiddos, I sprayed the shaving cream into each of their glass dishes and let them ...
I helped my three-year old drop the food coloring onto the top of the shaving cream. I also only allowed my kids to pick three colors for his/her ...
Using the wooden skewers, the kids moved the shaving cream around the dish. I'm guessing this would work with plastic knives as well. The artwork created in the ...
My boys somehow mixed the colors up in their dishes while rolling the eggs around in it. My daughter though understood how to roll the egg so that ...
We placed the eggs in an empty egg carton lined with a paper towel. We waited only 10-minutes, and I'd like to think that if we had waited ...
The color got a chance to soak into the shell, and as I explained in the previous step, I think if we had waited another ten minutes, (for ...
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