When my girls were little,
dying Easter eggs was a big deal-
They loved this tradition and mama bird
would boil up 3 dozen eggs so
each girlie would be even steven!
I can remember just using the wax crayon
and dipping the egg into the dye
and re dipping it to get a more vibrant color hue.
As the years went on, "cool" dye kits appeared-
ones with stickers and decals,
wrappers that shrink wrapped the eggs-
oh my, what fun!
As the girls got older, their creative streaks grew-
wrapping eggs with rubber bands,
tie dying the eggs, designs with their names,
and even some double dips with decals and rubber bands-
I loved their excitement when their "creations" were complete!
My three little Picassos!!
These days, the ideas are crazy creative
and I want to share some amazing eggs that were created with
some ordinary household items-
Tea stained and White Sharpie-
Sharpies and Rubbing Alcohol-
Paint and Stencils
(and I would have to imagine alot of patience!)
Ferns and tulle-
Hope these "egg-ceptional" ideas inspired you
to think outside the carton(box)!!
Take care, gotta fly-