Thursday, March 21, 2013

Craft: Finger Print Easter Eggs


We made these Easter eggs today, I found it on an app Martha Stewart Eggs I loved the idea of finger prints as even little kids can join in, with Easter coming up these would be a fun family craft. 
Simple add a teaspoon of white vinegar to a bowl, about 20 drops of blue food coloring and enough water to submerse the eggs. If you also want to try making ones with a marble effect, add a little olive oil to it and mix. See the clip below and the look on our sweet girls face.




how to marble eggs


Simply add finger prints then use a marker pen and add the details




she loved it 


Have a great weekend everyone 

Hugs 

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42 comments:

  1. Oh I miss coloring the eggs!We haven't got white eggs here! Did you color white or brown eggs? :)

    Your daughter is such adorable girl!

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    1. I am also in the US and got white eggs and thanks

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  2. this is such fun activity! Your girl is gorgeous!

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  3. How beautiful Easter eggs! And it is a fun activity to do it with children!

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  4. Amazing looking Easter eggs!

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  5. That is cute looking easter eggs, Your princess is really cute.

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  6. So adorable and it's not difficult to make too. Thanks, Rebecca, for sharing.

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  7. What a cute idea (and finger painter)! This is something I can try with my grandson :)

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  8. I love the caterpillar! With the kids out of the house, I considered dyeing Easter eggs with my sister! Just might. Love the signs of spring - there.

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  9. Very, very creative! :-) I might even copy your idea for my German Club this coming Wednesday.

    Greetings from London.

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  10. LOVE LOVE LOVE these!!!! Thanks for sharing such a great idea Rebecca!!

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  11. Aw what a clever idea :) it's always fun to find a way to spice up tradition.

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  12. Oh these are so sweet! Great idea I love the little caterpillar.

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  13. Wow...easter eggs looks so cute with your daughter's finger impressed caterpillar....

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  14. love these! and that caterpillar is just too cute...my little guy would LOVE making these!

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  15. I love coloring/painting eggs, as a matter of fact every Easter we get together for such a fun activity. Your daughter is sure growing up...so cute.
    Hope you are having a wonderful week :)

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  16. These are such a cute idea! And your daughter just gets more and more adorable!

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  17. What a wonderful idea, Rebecca! I am going to try it today with my boys! Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Happy easter Rebecca and to your family these hand made eggs are just gorgeous!

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  19. Those eggs are adorable, Rebecca! Happy Easter to you and your family.
    Had no idea it was National Nutrition month....Very nice article, Rebecca!

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  20. Rebecca these eggs are really beautiful, you mad e with jasmine and the little boy?? I think is fun to the kids I remember Esperanza loved paint eggs when was little!
    Huggs

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    1. awww thats so sweet he helped some but mostly broke them he he

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