using blueberries to dye your Easter eggs. Simply juice some blueberries, dip your hard boiled eggs into the liquid, and voila! Another alternative to dye is Kool-Aid packets, the colors will turn out a lot brighter.
My kids would end up eating shells! Easter egg cupcakes: Cake baked in REAL egg shells that you peel away to eat! Imagine your kid's face when they peel what LOOKS like a hard boiled egg and find CAKE?
Its the time of the year where you encourage your kids to paints eggs for Easter. You know theyll never make it as beautiful as these ones. So IF your eggs turned out these beautiful.then you need serious counselling about having fun.
These Pantone Easter eggs are perfect for a graphic designer's Easter egg hunt. The eggs, which were made by Jessica Jones of How About Orange, are partially dyed, precisely matched to a Pantone color in Jones' Pantone chip book and then completed