20 Fantastic Ideas for Dyeing and Decorating Easter Eggs
Written by Jen Betterley
Melt your favorite Crayola colors onto this year's batch of eggs to create rather egg-citing Easter beauties like these featured on Full Circle!
To get started on these "hot rock" eggs, simply boil them as usual, and then pop them in the oven at 350°. Once they're nice and toasty, pull them out with tongs, and touch your crayons to the hot eggs to create beautiful melted colors and designs! Though this might be a better project for older kids due to the hot touch of the eggs, small hands can help by sprinkling each Easter egg with crayon shavings.