Dying Easter Eggs

March 18, 2008 at 1:37 am | Posted in Fun, kids | 5 Comments

It’s that time of year again…time to dye Easter eggs!!!  I love dying eggs.  My mom and I did it every year and I intend on doing it every year with our kids as well.  It’s such a fun time!  It’s magic as a kid to watch pure white eggs turn colors in a matter of a few minutes  🙂 

 Saturday night we had the egg dying night at our house.  A week before Easter, but again, have to do it when we have the kids.  It was so much fun!  Sheridan loves to write on the eggs with the waxy crayon before she colors hers and Will loves to get to pick out which colors “his” eggs will be.

Pictures to follow….

Colors coming to life!

Does anyone ever actually play that matching game that comes with Paas egg dye?!  We did.  You have to entertain a 4 year old somehow while eggs are “cooking”…LOL

Will waiting “patiently” for the eggs to dry so he could put football stickers on his…LOL

Even Daddy joined in on the fun when putting the stickers on!  : )

And finally….the finished product!  Happy Easter! 



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  1. Dying eggs is my favorite thing in the whole wide world!

  2. I still dye eggs with my family! Too fun! What a good step-momma

  3. aawww just let the little boy win the game. That picture with his hands on his head in frustration is priceless! Rock on SMILF 🙂

  4. Nikki – me too! It’s so much fun! Such a simple pleasure 🙂
    Amanda – Thanks 🙂
    CB – I know right?! Sheridan doesn’t understand letting little brother win sometimes yet. LOL

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