Easter eggs are a popular children’s activity on Easter.
They’re dyed in a variety of different colors and also often contain a small toy.
How to dye Easter Eggs
The instructions for dyeing Easter eggs are below:
1) Boil some water in a pot or saucepan. When the water starts boiling, add about 2 tablespoons of vinegar to the water and stir it until it’s completely mixed in.
2) Place your desired dye color into a cup or bowl and then pour enough hot water into the cup or bowl so that you have an equal amount of liquid as there is dye.
3) Submerge an uncooked egg into the color you’ve just mixed together.
4) Wait for the desired amount of time if you want it to be lighter, or leave it in there longer if you want it darker.
5) Rinse your uncooked egg under some cool water and then once it’s cooled off, you can gently rub the shell with your fingers to help remove any of the remaining dye.
6) Blow on it and check it out.
Now that I’ve gone over how to dye Easter eggs, let’s go over some of the cool things you could put inside of your eggs!
– Small toys that are made for Easter such as jelly beans, etc.
– Tiny beads or other kinds of objects that have a hole in the center so that they could fit over something else.
So that’s how to dye Easter Eggs.
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