|So this is Egg Art? I love it and it's so much fun!!! I actually loved the look of these and the results were so easy, you have to try it! For natural dyed eggs click here for my suggestions.|
Boil eggs to hard boiled stage. Remove the eggs from the boiling water, gently crack each egg by tapping with the back side of a spoon. Too many cracks or too deeply cracked causes the colorant to get inside too easily and solid spots and color will appear everywhere. Take a towel, roll the egg under the palm of your hand to spread the cracks around the entire egg would be another method. You want a lot of crackling, but not deep cracks and you don't want to lose eggshell. Use as many colors as you want. You can also try tea, soy sauce, beet juice, dye from fruits, food colorings will all work. Sit eggs in the coloring for 10 minutes. Rinse in cool water. Then remove place on a paper towel to dry. Allow the kids or guests to remove the shell inside to enjoy their Egg Art... Happy Easter!
For the Dye instructions:Just boil 2 cups of water with 1 tablespoon of vinegar, add your colorant ( and simmer for 15 minutes. Place each egg into a deep style mug and pour the dye in. For natural dye from vegetables click here for my suggestions.