Beautiful Silk-Dyed Eggs

Who would think that an old tie from Goodwill could produce such a gorgeous dyed egg! The trick is you have to use 100% silk for the transfer to work. What you will need: Old silk ties or other silk clothing Pipe cleaners or twist ties Old pillow case torn in pieces to cover the […]

Wiggly Jiggly Jello Eggs

“What are those?!” My son asked when he beheld the emerald green eggs we had made. These are beautiful, bright as a rainbow, and fun to eat. What you will need: 1 small package of fruit flavored gelatin 2 packets unflavored gelatin 1 and 1/2 cups water 6 blown out egg shells (carefully tap a […]

Easy Natural Easter Egg Dyes

Natural Easter Egg dyes are super easy, kid-friendly and you probably have at least four colors’ worth of materials in your pantry or freezer. For each of the colors, boil the raw product in 3 cups of water for 30 minutes. Strain the liquid and put in a glass jar (or bowl). Add a tablespoon […]

Kids in the Kitchen: Chocolate Covered Easter Eggs

This project is a wonderful way for families to spend an afternoon. The recipe is delicious, simple, fast, and fun. This batch makes enough for 4 children and two adults to play with. Give some away to neighbors and friends, then make more for yourselves! What you will need: 1 cup peanut butter 1 cup […]

Changing Tradition: Filling Your Easter Eggs & Baskets

By Rebecca Lemar Easter candy is hands down my favorite season for candy (sweetart chicks, ducks and bunnies, chocolate bunnies, peeps, malted milk eggs) so this post comes with a little grain of salt. We fill our eggs with candy because it is tradition and candy is small, but tradition may swing gently in new […]

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