Marbleizing Easter Eggs...with Nail Polish! This quick technique is a fun way to create different and stylish Easter Eggs. All you need for this craft is a plastic container with water and some nail polish shades of your choice. No two will come out the same, but that's half the fun! Click through for more.
Make natural dyes for your Easter eggs from your garden fodder and edibles: The Pecks
GLOW eggs - made using homemade glowing dye. A NEW, fun, & creative way to decorate Easter eggs with kids (from Growing A Jeweled Rose)...not sure I'd want to eat the eggs afterwards but an egg hunt in the dark would be awesome!
An Easter Hunt Youll Love to Pieces: Every Easter, my mom hosts an egg hunt at her house for my two daughters, ages 9 and 5. She puts puzzle pieces in plastic eggs, and the girls, after collecting them, try putting the puzzle together to see if they have found them all. If a piece is missing, they know an egg is still out there and they need to keep hunting! --Donita Calef Chester Springs, PA Originally published in the March 2013 issue of FamilyFun
using small water balloons and tissue paper then I filled them with candy and toys and sealed them shut. The egg can hold a surprising amount of candy and the tissue paper seems delicate making for a delightfully heavy and yet fragile object, much like real egg. Also like a real egg you have to break the shell to get at what’s inside. I like things you have to destroy to open. By Megan.- not martha