The hubby grew up with an amazing Easter Egg decorating tradition from his Ukrainian heritage which involves using a tool as thin as a pin head and hot wax to make beautiful designs on a hollowed out egg. They then dyed or painted them and they were abolutely stunning. I was inspired today to check out some pretty cool decorating ideas for you guys for this coming week:
These were made using a men’s silk tie! So cool and doable at home!
How about a little glitter? Great for at grandma’s house (keep the mess there I say!)
I’ve always wanted to try this; onion skins as a natural dye!
‘Here is another great resource for the natural route! I am 100% trying the purple cabbage and coffee this year!
Eggs fit for a princess! Or a diva like my kid!
Furniture glue and cloth dye! These are gorgeous!
Here is an awesome idea; using clip art for stenciling!
We are decorating Easter eggs this afternoon and this year we’re working from a @marthastewart Clip Art activity which can be found here: http://www.marthastewart.com/1106790/easter-egg-clip-art 🐰🐰🐰 We picked up an awesome colouring book from @ikeacanada this morning that we also may use —stay tuned! 🥚🥚🥚 #easter #eastereggs #kidscrafts #saturday #weekendvibes #familyholidays #familyfun #kids
Finally……my favorite type of Easter Egg; The Cadbury Creme Egg!