Easter egg decorating with Sharpies

Easter egg decorating with Sharpies

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Here's a fun alternative to the usual dip dying of Easter eggs. Try decorating your eggs with Sharpies.

If you have a little artist at home, this will be a fun way to get creative, just like coloring on paper, only it will be eggs. Here's a fun and easy design idea perfect for Easter: Tiny carrots all over like confetti. We all know the Easter Bunny loves carrots!

You're probably wondering if Sharpies are food safe (I was curious too), and this is one of those 'use your best judgement' sort of things. To play it safe, you should probably not eat the eggs in these shells. You could try the blown out egg technique to be able to consume the eggs before you decorate them. It's really up to you.

I'm more relaxed when it comes to things like this. We actually ate the hard boiled eggs inside these eggs, and it wasn't a big deal, but do what's best for your family.

Here's a tip for more evenly spaced tiny carrots all over the eggs. Start with tiny dots all over the eggs to space them out all over.

It's a fun and different way to decorate Easter eggs.

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Watch the video: 3 Marker Easter Challenge Jacy and Kacy (August 2022).

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