20 Fantastic Ideas for Dyeing and Decorating Easter Eggs
Written by Jen Betterley
Mom Jayne of The Barefoot Kitchen Witch shares these gorgeous marbled Easter eggs that are meant to resemble traditional Chinese tea eggs. We think they're pretty darn neat!
To get started on your own, simply take your cooled hard-boiled eggs and roll them gently across the kitchen counter, just enough so that the eggs are cracked, yet the shell stays on. Since you're supposed to leave the eggs in dyed water for 5-7 hours, Jayne experimented with doing hers with cool water in the fridge (so that they could also eat them) and it worked like a charm. These would also be a fun idea for making colorful Easter deviled eggs!