Food Coloring Dyed Easter EggsDLTK's Crafts for Kids
Food Coloring Dyed Easter Eggs

Contributed by Leanne Guenther

I find this method easier and cheaper than the store bought tablets.  I also find it cleaner than some of the varieties that they sell now (we tried the sponge ones one year...  It was fun, but incredibly messy)

Suggestion from April:
"Here is an idea for Easter Eggs for toddlers. Use spray bottles with color water & let the toddler spray the eggs. Eggs can either be white or already dyed.  This way, they can participate as well.  The eggs turn out beautifully." 
Thanks April



NOTE:  I always cover my work surface with newspaper so the dye doesn't get on my kitchen table.  If it does get on furniture, wipe it off with a rag immediately.  This goes for the store bought packages too.


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