Happy Easter Sunday Everyone. Since it goes along with the Easter tradition we are suggesting some tips on dying Easter eggs as well as putting together an Easter egg hunt. This is great entertainment for little kids and still follows the stay-at-home quarantine guidelines. One other thing we can suggest is putting together an Easter dinner for the people in your home. This allows everyone time to get together and hopefully catch up and destress from the week before.
How to Make Soft and Swiftly Shaving Cream Easter Eggs.
Are your kids bored of the standard Easter egg dying? Shake it up this year and try making swirly easter eggs with shaving cream. They are simple to make and leave a unique swirl pattern on the eggs.
Vinegar (not necessary, but will make the color stick better)
Food coloring/egg dye
Skewers (fork or knife could work as well)
How to Set Up:
Make hard boiled eggs
Rinse them in vinegar, this will help the color stick to the eggs
Add shaving cream to the baking dish with food color drops on top (don’t add to much color or else it will turn brown)
Swirl the color around using the skewers
Roll the hard boiled egg through the shaving cream
Let the eggs sit in the shaving cream for 20 minutes or remove and let them rest on a paper towel for 20 minutes with the shaving cream still on them
After 20 minutes, wipe off the excess shaving cream
To make sure all the kids find the same amount of Easter eggs, you could set up a color coordinated Easter egg hunt with matching baskets.
Glow in the dark Easter egg hunt:
If you really want to get into it, you could set up a glow in the dark Easter egg hunt for after dinner as well. This works best if done at night either in your backyard or home. Supplies you will need for this is standard fillable Easter eggs, glow sticks and whatever candy or item you want to put inside. This works best for younger kids because they will be able to spot them in the dark