20 Fantastic Ideas for Dyeing and Decorating Easter Eggs
Written by Jen Betterley
Scrumdilly-Do's Jessica has some fantastic tips for making homemade Easter eggs the frugal way, and for turning your crafty Easter fun into a science project for the little ones.
These lovely eggs -- simply made with food coloring, salt, water, and white crayons or leftover birthday candles -- will not only give your family the chance to make Easter eggs on the cheap, but offer a great opportunity to explore different colors and what may happen once the salt or crayons are used. And really, who can resist the opportunity to conduct a couple experiments when there's color involved?