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Rainbow Easter Egg Decorating for Kids

If you are looking for unique egg decorating ideas with your children, these rainbow eggs are for you. The colorful cracks are so neat, and kids love them!

If you are looking for unique egg decorating ideas with your children, these rainbow eggs are for you. The colorful cracks are so neat, and kids love them!

Do you love Easter egg decorating – especially with dye? Me too! Their bright colors just make me so happy! If you’re looking for a new, creative way to decorate your eggs this year, then today’s post is for you!

Recently my preschooler and I had a blast transforming regular eggs into rainbow dinosaur eggs. Ooh la la! Aren’t their colorful cracks so neat?

If you are looking for unique egg decorating ideas with your children, these rainbow eggs are for you. The colorful cracks are so neat, and kids love them!

Here are the materials that you’ll need to make your very own rainbow dinosaur eggs.

Rainbow Egg Decorating

  • Eggs
  • Food Coloring
  • Pot
  • Cups

Let’s make some rainbow dinosaur eggs!

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Step 1: Hard-boil your eggs.

Step 2: Let your eggs cool. In the meantime, pour water into various cups. (You want to pour enough liquid into each cup so that your eggs are fully submerged.)

Step 3: Add 10-15 drops of food coloring into your cups. (Note: Darker colors worked better than lighter colors. Our yellow and neon green eggs were not as vibrant.)

Step 4: Crack your hard-boiled eggs by gently patting them on a table top or crushing their shells in your hands. Apply enough pressure so that the shells crack but don’t break apart and fall off.

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Step 5: Place your cracked eggs into your colored liquids. Then, place your cups in the fridge overnight so that the eggs absorb the dye.

Step 6: Peel your eggs to reveal their lovely, cracked designs!

If you are looking for unique egg decorating ideas with your children, these rainbow eggs are for you. The colorful cracks are so neat, and kids love them!

This egg decorating idea is so simple, and the kids will love it.

Check out my blog Pink Stripey Socks for more kid-friendly Easter crafts. I’d also love for you to check out the following craft ideas. Happy making, friends!

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Paige

Thursday 10th of March 2016

These eggs are so fun! We;ll have to try these with our kids next week!

Paige http://www.thehappyflammily.com/