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How to Make Star Wars Painted Easter Eggs - Luke, Yoda, Han Solo, Chewbacca, R2-D2, C3PO, Darth Vader, and a Storm Trooper
How to Make Plastic Egg Chicks
These happy plastic egg chicks just make me smile! Doesn't it look like they are having fun? Fill them with jelly beans and add to a little one's Easter basket for a sweet, spring surprise!
How to Create Swirled Easter Eggs | eHow.com
Part of the fun of Easter celebrations is finding new ways to decorate eggs. When friends and family see these brightly colored eggs, they'll definitely ask, "How did you make the swirls?" The secret, if you wish to tell them, is shaving cream.
Swirl Easter Eggs ~ How to dye Easter Eggs with shaving cream - A Thrifty Mom - Recipes, Crafts, DIY and more
Swirl Easter Eggs ~ How to dye Easter Eggs with shaving cream - Fun and easy way to dye Easter Eggs with cheap shaving cream and food coloring or even use Cool Whip instead of shaving cream
Galaxy Easter Egg Tutorial
These galaxy Easter eggs are easy to make and look out of this world. Get a great step-by-step photo tutorial AND a video tutorial to make your own! (pssst - looking for the original Galaxy Easter Eggs post?) Here lately I've been having a redo on a lot of things in life. And at first, it was kind of a difficult thing because I'm the absolute WORST about change. I hate it, hate it, HATE IT! But having change thrust upon me, I'm finding myself more accepting of change in general and I'm…
Creating Colorful Easter Eggs with Melted Crayons - Jenna Burger Design LLC
In just about a month, another Easter will be upon us. Along with focusing on the importance of Easter, creating colorful eggs is often a tradition that many kids enjoy as the holiday approaches, mine included! A basket filled with eggs of varying hues can make a gorgeous centerpiece and is the ideal reminder that Spring is on it's way - I hope. Please Click to Continue Reading...
35 Pretty Ways to Decorate Easter Eggs Without Dye
Making colored Easter eggs doesn't have to be difficult or messy—in fact, you don't even need dye! These no-dye Easter eggs are both fun to make and absolutely adorable. Even the kids will love these creative Easter egg ideas!