When dying eggs, there are many techniques to choose from, but why limit yourself to just one. The traditional solid colors are lovely. You know... water... food coloring... vinegar... or those little colored tablets you can buy in the box with stickers. (I like stickers, too.)
You can write on them with crayons before you dip them to create patterns and designs.
These precious little fingers belong to my grandson, Levi. I couldn't include pictures of the rest of him since he had just rolled out of bed, still a little puffy, and only wearing his camouflage underwear. Who says you have to be completely dressed to color eggs? It's not a rule.
Marbled eggs are beautiful. We followed Martha Stewart's direction in making these. To see her step by step instructions click here. Below is a picture of the eggs Martha colored. The possibilities are endless.
I hope this has inspired you to act like a kid and decorate some eggs this year. Have fun!!
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Jesus called the children to him and said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Luke 18:16
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