Does your family dye hard-boiled eggs every year for Easter? This year, look around your kitchen for natural, make-it-yourself colors.
2. Sticker Eggs
Kids love to put stickers on paper, cards, and notebooks. So why not put them on Easter eggs? Let your kids get sticker-happy—add one sticker or a dozen!
Try a new way to dye eggs! This easy riff on the standard one-color method gives eggs a multicolor pattern—without the extra hassle.
Eggshells filled with confetti, called cascarones, are a Mexican tradition during Easter. A child gently crushes the egg over a friend’s (or sibling’s) head so the confetti showers out.
First, you decorate craft-foam eggs and then play a matching game to find them.