As a kid, I fondly remember my mom coming home from the grocery store with the
PAAS Easter Egg kit with those hard, colored dye pellets and the wire holders for dipping eggs. What kid doesn't love dying eggs? I was no exception!
I'm no longer a kid, but I still get excited about dying Easter eggs which is actually just an art project that you can enjoy with the whole family! So, gather together a few supplies, following along and have some springtime fun.
Hard-boiled eggs (A great tip for boiling eggs perfectly follows)
Liquid Food coloring in a variety of colors including neon and pastel
Plastic cups (like Solo)
Drying tray or cookie sheet
Unsure about the best way to boil eggs? Try this technique:
Cover eggs with cold water and bring to a boil. Immediately cover and turn off heat. After twelve minutes, rinse the eggs in cold water and allow to dry. Perfect!