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Arts and Crafts

Monday, April 18, 2011

Easter Egg Decorating - Materials and Equipment

The eggs are not very hard to come by; there are probably several in your fridge as you read this. It is wise to boil the eggs before using them; this will makes it easier to work with them, prevents breakage and a huge mess.

I wouldn't recommend using markers, because the color will go through the shell and taint the hard boiled egg. This is not very appetizing and I don't see it being very healthy either.

Water color paint may be fine, but it is best to buy complete decorating kits which can be found in abundance on the net and in stores.

There are many Easter egg designs and instructions around; some can be found online and others can be bought in book form.

Depending on how elaborate and intricate you decide to adorn the Easter egg, you may need glue, paint brushes, paper, scissors, stickers and/or double stick adhesive paper.

There is also the option to enter one of the many Easter egg contests. Who knows, you may win and go home with a ribbon, honorable mention or medal even. At least you have your egg and can eat it too! Grin.

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Anonymous outlast blanket comforter said...

Wow this is very great art I like this creativity too much.How we can make an egg so beautiful this is great.
Thank you for sharing with us.

Thursday, April 21, 2011 12:07:00 AM  
Blogger Corry said...

Outlast blanket comforter,
You are welcome, I hope it gives you some new ideas.

God's Grace.

Thursday, April 21, 2011 4:09:00 AM  

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