As we head into the Easter weekend I thought I’d give you a little round up of a few of my favorite things to do for one of my favorite holiday – lots and lots of Easter Eggs in many sizes and colors.
Dying Easter Eggs
The easiest Easter craft project is dying Easter Eggs. Note we use the regular dye that you can buy at the supermarket/pharmacy, or you can get creative with natural dyes like onion skins and beets, but the trick is to only use a tiny amount of the dye, a quarter of the tab. Dip the eggs very briefly to get these subtle Farrow and Ball shades. As you dip you may think the color is too subtle but it will develop and make for the palest and most interesting eggs.