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10 Eggs to Make for Easter!

1. Marbled Eggs Use daddy’s shaving cream to create a superb marbled effect! [instructions here] 2. Dip and Dye Eggs A super simple and quick project that requires very few tools. Let your kids express their love... 

1. Marbled Eggs

Use daddy’s shaving cream to create a superb marbled effect! [instructions here]

2. Dip and Dye Eggs

A super simple and quick project that requires very few tools. Let your kids express their love for colour without racking your brain! [instructions here]

3. Chalkboard Eggs

Leave room for your children’s oodles of creativity without worrying about the mess! The best part? They can start their designs over and over again as often as they want. [instructions here]


4. Tie-Dye Eggs

Bring back the thrill of bold and beautiful retro patterns with this easy technique. Paper towels and food dye are all you need to give your eggs beautiful psychedelic patterns! [instructions here]


5. Rubber Band Eggs

Have a few spare rubber bands lying around? Reuse them to create striking linear patterns. [instructions here]


6. Adorable Eggs

Forget traditional dyed Easter eggs and create some adorable characters instead. Get inspired by kids’ shows and books, or by comics, classic movies and blockbusters for older kids. [instructions here]

 

7. Galaxy Eggs

Are there any future astronauts in your family? Make space travel possible with these lovely galaxy-inspired eggs! Awesome results guaranteed. [instructions here]


8. Minion Eggs

Your and you kids have probably already been charmed by these famous little yellow characters. Turn your hard-boiled eggs in these endearing creatures with dye, string and googly eyes. [instructions here]


9. Melted Crayon Eggs

Recycle their old wax crayons for your Easter projects by melting their best colours down, to create patterns on your eggs. [instructions here]


10. Glow in the dark Eggs

Light the way for the Easter bunny with these glow in the dark eggs! [instructions here]